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Seven hours, 18 innings: Dodgers win World Series epic

The Age Saturday, 27 October 2018
Seven hours, 18 innings: Dodgers win World Series epicMax Muncy has slammed an 18th inning walk-off solo homer with Los Angeles outlasting Boston 3-2 in a tension-packed marathon that entered the record books as the longest World Series game ever.
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