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Dodgers-Red Sox marathon: 7 crazy numbers from Sunday night’s marathon
  • null Baseball null null It wasn't Game 3 of last year's World Series, but it was a reasonable facsimile Sunday night (into Monday morning local time) as the Dodgers outlasted the Red Sox at Fenway Park, 7-3 in 12 innings.The two teams went 18 innings that took 7 hours, 20 minutes in the 2018 World Series. This time? It took "only" 5:40 to finish things, pushing the game past past 1:30 a.m. in Boston. Max Muncy drew a bases-loaded walk and Alex Verdugo added an RBI single during a three-run 12th inning as the Dodgers handed the Red Sox their first interleague series loss at home since 2014.Max Muncy's go-ahead walk in the 12th inning tonight was the first time the @Dodgers have had a bases-loaded walk in the 12th inning or later since Chad Kreuter and Paul Lo Duca had back-to-back RBI walks in the 15th inning at Oakland, 18 years ago today.#LABleedsBlue— Stats By STATS (@StatsBySTATS) July 15, 2019"You can see the way those guys played and their intensity and focus, they wanted this series," Dodgers manager Dave Roberts told reporters (via Dodgers.com). "They wanted to get the second half off on a good foot. I thought it was very focused baseball and two v[......]

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    is learning to cope with COVID-19's speed and deception, but it may be too late to save 2020 season
  • Baseball St. Louis Cardinals Milwaukee Brewers The word “multiple” is one of great convenience. Was it three, four, five? Just say multiple. In circumstances where specificity is not required, that word gets the job done.In the age of COVID-19, though, it is a word fraught with peril, because multiple so often is attached to “positive tests.” As in, “The St. Louis Cardinals’ game Friday against the Milwaukee Brewers has been postponed because multiple Cards players tested positive for coronavirus.” That’s not an example. That happened. So we are shaken once again from our hope certain elements of our society can proceed without being undone by the pandemic. It’s not clear how many Cardinals players are affected, or whether that might also affect their most recent opponent, the Minnesota Twins.What is obvious, though, is that baseball has begun to realize that hope is not a plan. MORE: Why Dr. Fauci says Marlins outbreak isn't enough to shut down When the Marlins took the field last Sunday after three positive tests in two days — which eventually spread to 18 players — it was a complete failure by the club to recognize the gravity of the situation and the league to assert the necessary protocols in the event multiple players from a gi[......]

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