After Friday’s 18-inning marathon deep into the night, the Dodgers and Red Sox struggled to get anything going offensively through five innings in Saturday night’s Game 4 of the World Series. That stayed true for Boston through six innings, with the offense having one single for their only hit against Rich Hill.

But in the bottom of the sixth, the Dodgers got a run when a potential bases-loaded double play resulted in Boston catcher Christian Vazquez throwing the ball down the right field line (Bellinger may have been safe regardless, so Vazquez should’ve probably just held the ball and kept the game scoreless).

Well, the next batter finally supplied some offense in no cheap fashion. Yasiel Puig cranked a 3-1 fastball from Eduardo Rodriguez over the left field wall at Dodger Stadium for a no-doubt three-run bomb.

The homer featured an epic bat flip and celebration from Puig, and a big-time glove slam from a very angry Rodriguez.

Considering it’s the World Series and Rodriguez had thrown five scoreless innings entering the sixth, it’s easy to understand his frustration here.

The Dodgers are looking to even up the best-of-7 series at 2-2.

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