Wood posts longest World Series no-hit bid in Dodgers history
Alex Wood was completely dominant for all but one pitch in Game 4.
Wood's efforts served as the longest no-hit bid in a World Series game in Dodgers history.
Since Don Larsen's perfect game with the New York Yankees during the 1956 World Series, Wood is only the fifth pitcher to carry a no-hitter longer than five innings in the Fall Classic, and only the second since Jake Arrieta in more than 40 years, according to ESPN Stats and Info.
Wood, who was removed from the game immediately after with the Dodgers trailing 1-0, finished with two walks and three strikeouts.