Dilip Vishwanat

2013 World Series: Cardinals walk-off to beat Red Sox in Game 3

An errant throw and an obstruction call gave the Cardinals a 5-4 win over the Red Sox in Game 3 of the 2013 World Series on Saturday night at Busch Stadium in St. Louis.

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Game 3 highest rated World Series game since 2009

A record setting crowd at Busch Stadium and large TV audience tuned in to see a wild World Series game.

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Cardinals 'optimistic' Allen Craig avoided setback

Craig missed a lot of time with a Lisfranc injury, but had to put a lot of stress on his sore foot in the final play of Saturday's game.

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Allen Craig: 'I was just trying to make a play'

Craig was the surprising hero in Game 3 as he scored the winning run after being injured for over six weeks.

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MLB players react to Game 3 obstruction call

Players from around MLB chimed in with their thoughts as the Cardinals defeated the Red Sox 5-4.

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World Series Game 4: Time, TV schedule, pitchers

Lance Lynn will face Clay Buchholz in Game 4 of the World Series. Coverage begins on FOX at 8 p.m. ET.

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World Series Game 3 .GIF Recap

All of the .GIFs from a wild and memorable Game 3 of the World Series.

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Twitter's hottest obstruction takes

The Internet was naturally abuzz after the controversial call that resulted in the Cardinals' win on Saturday. Here are the hottest takes.

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MLB obstruction rule: Explaining the Cardinals win

A recap and explanation of what happened during the last play in Game 3 of the World Series.

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Cardinals win on crazy ending

The Cardinals won on a walk-off obstruction call which, it's safe to say, probably hasn't ever happened in a game of this magnitude.

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Red Sox tie game on Bogaerts single

The Boston rookie delivered in the top of the eighth with a two-out, RBI single.

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This Cardinals fan gets it

The World Series can bring out the sillies in everyone.

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Cardinals regain lead on Holliday double

Matt Holliday came through for the Cardinals with a clutch double in the seventh.

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Red Sox tie Cards with Nava single

The Red Sox got the equalizer in the sixth after the Cardinals pulled starter Joe Kelly.

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Cardinals set new Busch Stadium attendance record in Game 3

The World Series, she is popular in St. Louis.

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Bogaerts triples past Beltran, scores 1st Sox run

The Red Sox are on the board in Game 3 after Xander Bogaerts, who led off the inning with a triple past the ailing Carlos Beltran, scored on a force out.

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Drew strikes out, loses grip on bat

The shortstop has underwhelmed at the plate during the playoffs.

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Cardinals maintain 2-0 lead over Red Sox

The Red Sox and Cardinals both put runners in scoring position but failed to plate any runners during the fourth inning.

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Holliday baserunning error erases Ellsbury E8

Here's what you missed while FOX played an interview with David Ross.

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Cardinals still lead, 2-0

The Cardinals did some work against Jake Peavy in the first, and their starting pitcher is dealing.

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Carpenter makes diving stab at 2B

Carpenter keeps Nava off the bases with an impressive play.

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Cardinals jump out to 2-0 lead

The St. Louis Cardinals struck first against the Boston Red Sox, scoring two runs in the bottom of the first inning to take a quick 2-0  lead.

Joe Kelly had no issues retiring the side, including an impressive strikeout of Jacoby Ellsbury on a nasty two-seam fastball:

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Kelly also made an impressive barehanded snag on a Shane Victorino groundball:

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Matt Carpenter led off the bottom half of the inning with a single. Carlos Beltran followed with a drag bunt, failing to reach base but advancing Carpenter to second. Matt Holliday then roped a single to right field, driving in Carpenter for the first run of the game.

Matt Adams and Yadier Molina followed with back-to-back singles, which plated Holliday for the second run of the game. Peavy recovered after the fourth single, recording two consecutive outs to end the frame.

Cardinals hitters were very aggressive in their half of the inning, noted by Buster Olney of ESPN:

St. Louis enters the top of the second with a 2-0 advantage.

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Carlos Beltran wins 2013 Roberto Clemente Award

MLB on Saturday announced its yearly winner of the award created to recognize "positive contributions on and off the field, including sportsmanship and community involvement."

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World Series: Boston considering Mike Napoli at 3B

The first baseman was seen taking grounders at the hot corner during batting practice on Saturday.

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2013 World Series: Game 3 lineups

David Ortiz and Daniel Nava both start for the Red Sox, and Matt Adams stays in the order for the Cardinals.

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Cards' Mujica was injured during poor September

A groin injury played a role in the ineffectiveness that cost Mujica his ninth inning duties.

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WS Game 3: Time, TV schedule and starting pitchers

Jake Peavy will face off against Joe Kelly in Game 3 of the World Series.

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Game 2 Gif Recap: Cardinals 4, Red Sox 2

Sloppy play sabotaged the Red Sox, giving the Cardinals a 4-2 win to tie the 2013 World Series at one game a piece.

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Carlos Beltran injected with Toradol before Game 2

After suffering a right rib contusion in Game 1, Cardinals right fielder Carlos Beltran received a Toradol injection prior to Game 2.

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Cardinals even series with 4-2 win in Game 2

The Cardinals, who were done in by poor defense in Game 1, saw the tables turn in Game 2.

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Kozma's bare-handed play

Pete Kozma didn't make an error in two fielding chances in the seventh inning. That alone is progress.

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Sac fly, Boston errors give St. Louis 4-2 lead

Matt Carpenter delivered a game-tying sacrifice fly and the Red Sox made costly errors on the ensuing play to hand the lead back to the Cardinals.

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Big Papi 2-run shot gives Red Sox 2-1 lead

David Ortiz put the Red Sox on top of the Cardinals 2-1 in the sixth inning with blast into the monster seats.

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World Series 2013 G2: Cardinals take 1-0 lead

A Matt Holliday triple has the Cardinals leading 1-0 lead over the Red Sox in Game 2 of the World Series.

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Cards on the board

Matt Holliday doesn't hit triples often, but his three-bagger in the fourth inning of Game 2 gave the Cardinals a rare lead in a World Series game against the Red Sox.

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World Series G2: Cards and Sox scoreless after two

Red Sox starter John Lackey and Cardinals rookie Michael Wacha have shut down opposing hitters through the first two innings of Game 2.

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That's not the National Anthem, James Taylor

He can't quite remember what the national anthem is.

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Rivera honored by MLB

The Yankees legend is the 13th recipient of the award created by Bud Selig and MLB in 1998.

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Game 2: Beltran back in the lineup

The Cardinals look to rookie phenom Michael Wacha to reverse their fortune in Game 2. The Red Sox look to win their 10th consecutive World Series game.

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Craig 'feels good,' expects to DH in Game 2

Craig went 1-for-4 in his return to the lineup.

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World Series Game 2 TV info, more

Will rookie starter Michael Wacha be able to handle the pressure of his first World Series appearance? Better tune into FOX on Thursday to find out.

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