Game 4 starters up in the air after Red Sox-Dodgers marathon
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There will be a baseball game Saturday night in Los Angeles, but neither the Los Angeles Dodgers nor Boston Red Sox are clear on who their starting pitchers will be.

Both teams used nine pitchers in the 18-inning affair on Friday, with the Red Sox burning potential Game 4 starter Nathan Eovaldi in relief. Boston manager Alex Cora opted not to disclose who he would turn to on Saturday, telling Bob Nightengale of USA Today that it was to be announced.

The Dodgers had reportedly tabbed Rich Hill to take the mound in Game 4, but surprised everyone by announcing after Game 3 that the role was to be decided later.

Hill didn't pitch on Friday but the club could turn to Clayton Kershaw who only saw action in Game 3 as a pinch hitter.

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