The St. Louis Cardinals knocked off the Boston Red Sox in game three of the 2013 World Series on Oct. 26, breaking open a 4-4 tie in the bottom of the ninth on a controversial call. Boston thought they had the game heading into extra innings but an obstruction call gave the winning run and the win to the Cardinals. Here is how you can follow the Cardinals vs. Red Sox live stream and TV coverage of game four of the 2013 World Series.
- Date: Oct. 27
- Time: 8:15 p.m. EST
- Location: St. Louis
- Series: St. Louis up 2-1
- TV: FOX
- Live Stream: MLB.TV
The end of game three came in the ninth inning when Jon Jay hit a grounder, which Dustin Pedroia nabbed and made a perfect throw home to Jarrod Saltalamacchia, who tagged out Yadier Molina. Saltalamacchia then tried to throw out Allen Craig at third, but the throw went wide. Will Middlebrooks fell to the ground, tripping Craig. The Red Sox got to the ball and threw Craig out at home.
Problem is that, when Middlebrooks tripped Craig, intentional or not, it was obstruction, so Craig was awarded the next base – home plate – and the game ended with St. Louis taking it on that run.
Game four stays in St. Louis where Lance Lynn takes the mound for the Cardinals and Clay Buchholz takes the mound for the Red Sox. The Cardinals vs. Red Sox live stream and TV coverage starts at 8:15 p.m. EST.