Down 4, Red Sox score 9 to take 3-1 Series lead

LOS ANGELES — The dugout was lifeless, the bats hushed, and the issue has been growing that, perhaps, a Game that had featured double the innings might have, in a sense, showcased double the losses for the Red Sox. With their pitching strategy ripped upward, Rich Hill locking down their lineup and Yasiel Puig performing his bat-dropping, arm-raising, bicep-kissing dance round the basepaths, a Boston ballclub that had dominated the first two games of the World Series was in severe danger of seeing its edge removed.
But the relentlessness that colored 108 regular-season wins along with a steady run through a chilling American League playoff film stays with the Red Sox, and it transported them in a Game 4 on Saturday night in Dodger Stadium. Scoring all nine of the runs in the seventh inning on, with four RBIs from Steve Pearce, the short-on-sleep-but-long-on-life Sox deflated and defeated the Dodgers, 9-6, and are back into a controlling and mathematically momentous position within this best-of-seven set.

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