A World Series that opened with errors by the Cardinals has seen two dramatically different endings.
Game 3 ended with the Obstruction Rule, giving the Cardinals a 2-1 series lead.
The Red Sox won Sunday after a walk-off pickoff with Red Sox closer Koji Uehara getting Cardinals pinch runner Kolten Wong.
Here’s the play:
It was all made possible by Johnny Gomes’ three-run shot to give the Red Sox the lead.
How can Games 3 and 4 be topped?
Adam Wainwright will try to give the Cardinals the edge tonight in a rematch with Red Sox Game 1 starter Jon Lester in Game 5.
I still like the Cards’ chances with Wainwright and Michael Wacha — but we’ll see.
I can only imagine how tonight can top the last two.
– Rick Green