John Lackey gives up one run as Boston starters dominate six-game World Series for third Red Sox title in 10 years.
Michael Wacha is 4-0 this postseason with a 1.00 ERA, and the St. Louis Cardinals send him to the mound in an elimination Game Six at Fenway Park.
After another dominant Red Sox effort on the mound in Game Five, the Cardinals bats will have to wake up if they want to win the title.
The Red Sox tied it up in another wild one. Here are five things you missed from game 4.
The Boston Red Sox had not lost in the World Series since Game Seven of the 1986 World Series, after sweeping in both 2004 and 2007.
John Lackey out-pitched Justin Verlander — albeit not by much — to help the Red Sox beat the Tigers, 1-0, in Game Three.
The Red Sox beat the Rays 7-4 in Game 2 of the ALDS, and will have a chance to clinch the series Monday night in Tampa.
They won’t know who they are playing until later tonight, but Red Sox manager John Farrell announced his rotation for the ALDS on Wednesday.