Google acknowledged the error on Twitter, joking that "even [Red Sox right fielder] Mookie Betts and [Dodgers third baseman] Justin Turner don't bat 1.000".
"We're not up there trying to hit everything in the air and swinging for the fences", said Martinez, whose two-run single in the fifth inning Wednesday put the Red Sox up for good. "I feel like it's the common mistake with hitters these days".
Cora said Martinez got treatment for his sore ankle during Thursday's travel day.
Rich Hill will be the Dodgers' starter in Game 4 on Saturday.
The Dodgers' bullpen, meanwhile, figures to need more than a day off and a move to a warmer climate. "So, I gave it to a homeless guy and hit two home runs, so maybe, pass it on to the next person". We're in a National League ballpark now, baseball fans.
The three-time World Series champion hasn't been shy in sharing his political opinions since retirement, often with career consequences. He opened two games previous year against the Astros, allowing two earned runs in 8 2/3 innings without getting a decision.
Many have tried to distance themselves from Schilling's controversial political views over the years, and members of the Red Sox organization are among them.