That will come Wednesday night at Fenway Park. For now, Boston has about 24 hours to celebrate a hard-fought victory tonight in Game 5.
Middle 9th, 3-1 Red Sox: Trevor Rosenthal throws gas, and he made short work of the Red Sox, retiring them in order.
It’s the top of the Cards’ order coming up to face Koji.
End 8th, 3-1 Red Sox: If you blinked, you might have missed that at-bat, which went: called strike, swinging strike, swinging strike.
And the Red Sox are just three outs away from a 3-2 lead.
Bottom 8th, 2 outs, 3-1 Red Sox: The tying run is at the plate, and John Farrell is asking his closer to get the final four outs of this game.
Lester got Craig to ground out to start the inning before Freese hit a double just over the first base bag "
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