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World Series landscape changes after 18-inning Game 3 (1:48)

Mark Teixeira and David Ross discuss strategy for the Dodgers and Red Sox moving forward and the decision to have Nathan Eovaldi throw 97 pitches. (1:48)

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Muncy explains his roller-coaster season (0:40)

Max Muncy describes going from an unknown in Spring Training to hitting a walk-off home run in the World Series. (0:40)

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Roberts: "I like where we're at" (0:44)

Dave Roberts says the bullpen is in good shape heading into Game 4 and attributes the Dodgers' motivation to the fans. (0:44)

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Cora says Eovaldi was 'perfect' (1:33)

Alex Cora praises pitcher Nathan Eovaldi's outing, saying it was "one of the best performances probably in the history of the World Series." (1:33)

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Cora told Nunez he couldn't come out after injury (1:22)

After Eduardo Nunez was flipped onto his back, Alex Cora told him that even if he wanted to come out, he couldn't because the Red Sox didn't have any players to replace him. (1:22)

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Pederson explains the rally bananas (0:31)

Joc Pederson and Cody Bellinger recap the 18-inning World Series marathon and their rally bananas. (0:31)

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Muncy: Winning 18-inning game 'gives us momentum' (1:27)

Max Muncy says the Dodgers should be feeling confident going into Game 4 after he walked it off for Los Angeles in the 18th inning. (1:27)