The Boston Red Sox won a dominating game one of the 2013 World Series, 8-1, and the St. Louis Cardinals have to turn things around in season two. According to ESPN on Oct. 24, the Cardinals will turn to rookie Michael Wacha to pitch them to a win to even the series. Here is the Red Sox vs. Cardinals live stream and tv information for game two of the World Series.
- Date: Oct. 24
- Time: 8:07 p.m. EST
- Location: Fenway Park, Boston
- TV Info: FOX
- Live Stream: MLB.TV’s Postseason plan
On the mound for the Cardinals is Washa, who finished the regular season with a 4-1 record and a 2.78 ERA. He followed that up with a dominating postseason, beating the Pittsburgh Pirates once and the Los Angeles Dodgers twice. He comes into the World Series with a 3-0 record and a 0.43 ERA, easily one of the best pitching performances of the postseason.
He will need to play up to those levels in game two, especially since they might be without Carlos Beltran, who was hospitalized after crashing into the right-field wall.
Starting for the Red Sox in this game will be John Lackey. On the postseason, Lackey only made two games but won both of them, with a 3.00 ERA. If Lackey can keep up his winning ways here, and the Red Sox offense finds a way to crack Washa, this World Series might be over with before it really gets started.
The Red Sox vs. Cardinals live stream and TV coverage starts at 8:07 p.m. EST.