The Los Angeles ace was inserted as a pinch-hitter in the bottom of the 17th inning and saw four pitches from Boston's Nathan Eovaldi before lining out to right field.
The battle of attrition had a bit of everything, including 18 pitchers and 27 position players. Here are 18 of them.
Viewership for the Los Angeles Dodgers' 18-inning win over the Boston Red Sox in Game 3 of the World Series dropped 15 percent from past year, hurt by a game that ended at 12:30 a.m. PDT.
What will the do for an encore tonight?
Trump's beef is about Roberts pulling starting pitcher Rich Hill in the 7th inning - despite the fact L.A. was up 4-0 at the time and he was throwing a pretty solid game.
"I'm a little exhausted, but we're ready to come back tomorrow", Los Angeles slugger Yasiel Puig said, looking at his watch and adding, "in a couple of hours". The whole orchestra is decked out in B logo caps as they play the Boston anthem we've all heard too many times.
Trouble at the top: The top four spots in the Red Sox lineup were a combined 0-for-28 with 12 strikeouts and two walks.
The Red Sox, meanwhile, announced their decision to send left-hander Eduardo Rodríguez to the mound for a Game 4 start.
Boston starter Rick Porcello gave up one run and three hits in 4 2/3 innings.
Thanks to the likes of Mitch Moreland, Rafael Devers, Brock Holt and others, the Red Sox broke loose late. With the shocking turn of events, rather than a dead-even series, one more win will give the Red Sox their fourth title since 2004 and will extend the Dodgers' title drought to 30 years.
Pearce then repeated the Game 3 feat of Jackie Bradley Jr., who also hit a tying homer in the eighth off Jansen.
Rodriguez threw 93 pitches and became the first pitcher to start a World Series game on zero days' rest since Firpo Marberry for the Washington Senators in 1924. The ebullient Cuban right fielder has gone in and out of favor in Los Angeles.
The Dodgers now trail their rivals 2-1 in the best-of-seven series.
Hill walked the leadoff hitter in the seventh, but left to a standing ovation with one out.