World Series 2018 Game 3: Red Sox vs. Dodgers Game 3 time, TV channel, The American League champion Boston Red Sox, leading 2-0 in the best-of-seven 2018 World Series, meet the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 3 on Friday, October 26, 2018 (10/25/18) at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California.
World Series 2018 Game 3
Red Sox vs Dodgers Live
Date: Friday, Oct. 26
Time: 8:09 p.m. ET
Location: Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles
TV channel: Fox
Streaming: fuboTV (Try for free)
World Series 2018 Game 3 Live
Led by David Price’s six strong innings of work and some timely hitting, Boston edged Los Angeles, 4-2, in Wednesday’s Game 2 at Fenway Park.
Hyun-Jin Ryu surrendered four earned runs in four 2/3 innings of work and was saddled with the loss for the Dodgers.
The series now heads to Tinseltown for as many as three games as the Dodgers return home to try to avoid a 3-0 series deficit.
“I think all the players are happy about going back to LA, but obviously we have some games to win,” pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu said through a translator after Wednesday night’s 4-2 loss to Boston dropped the Dodgers into a 2-0 World Series hole. “I think all the other players will be able to focus more and try to come back from this deficit.”
The end of the Yankees’ season probably ended a bunch of players’ time with the club, including left fielder Brett Gardner and pitcher CC Sabathia.
Fenway Park, at 106 the oldest big league ballpark, is crammed onto 9 acres in downtown Boston, the 37-foot-high Green Monster in left field a target for hitters and a terror for pitchers.
Dodger Stadium, a modern ballpark when opened in 1962 but now the third-oldest, sits atop 300 acres of land in Chavez Ravine near downtown Los Angeles, surrounded by tiered parking lots with palm trees beyond the fences and the San Gabriel Mountains shimmering in the distance.
While Fenway is urban tumult, Dodger Stadium symbolizes the sunny Californian way of life. But expect a pumped-up crowd for Game 3 on Friday, especially after Vin Scully’s recorded call of “It’s Time for Dodger Baseball!”
“This is the first time we’ve played in obviously weather like this — San Francisco a little bit, but nothing like this,” manager Dave Roberts said before the game. “So it’s an adjustment, and that’s part of the home-field advantage and especially being in the bullpen, where you have a little heater, but still have to kind of get hot and stay hot. It’s more of a challenge.”