World Series Game 3, Red Sox vs. Cardinals score update: Boston, St. Louis locked in 2-2 tie after 6

Jamie Squire

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

The Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals are tied, 2-2, after six innings in Game 3 of the World Series on Saturday.

Red Sox outfielder Daniel Nava hit a game-tying RBI single off Cardinals reliever Seth Maness with one out in the top of the sixth to score Shane Victorino, who drew a walk against starter Joe Kelly to lead off the inning. Victorino advanced to third on a single by David Ortiz in the at-bat after Kelly was pulled from the game.

Kelly was charged with the run and will finish with a no-decision despite pitching admirably in 5⅓ innings. He struck out six batters, including this punch-out of Jacoby Ellsbury to end Boston's threat in the fifth:

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