It took 18 innings and a record 6 hours, 23 minutes for the San Francisco Giants to beat the Washington Nationals 2-1 Saturday night in game two of the NLDS. A Brandon Belt home run in the 18th proved to be the game winning hit.

SF now leads the series 2-0.

The 6:23 time is the longest in MLB playoff history. The 18 innings ties the most innings played record.

Meanwhile, the Dodgers and Cardinals were locked up in a tight one in the 8th inning. Matt Kemp clubbed a home run to give LA a 3-2 win and tie the series at 1-1.