Los Angeles Dodgers break MLB postseason record in unbelievable 1st inning

The MLB Playoffs have been going on for well over 100 years and on Wednesday, the Los Angeles Dodgers accomplished a feat that had never been seen before.

In the top of the first inning of Game 3 vs. the Atlanta Braves, the Dodgers erupted for a whopping 11 runs, which is the most runs scored in any single inning in postseason history.

The Braves have 27 outs to catch up, can they do it?

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