After blowing the lead in the top of the ninth, St. Louis evened the NLCS when Kolten Wong led off the bottom of the frame with a line drive homer to right. Here's how it sounded in Spanish on Fox Deportes. (Hint: it was much better than Joe Buck's call.)
Reader Chad sent along a photo of his friend's baseball, autographed by Cardinals second baseman Kolten Wong. Under his signature, Wong referenced a Bible verse: "Psalms 3:16." That verse does not exist.
Via Awful Announcing, go directly to the 2-minute mark of the video below. "That's silly," Cardinals play-by-play man Mike Shannon can be heard saying during the KMOX broadcast. He was talking about Mike Napoli holding Kolten Wong at first base. Shannon also laughed. He then described what happened next.
Before Saturday, no World Series game had ever ended on an obstruction call. Before last night, no World Series game had ever ended on a pickoff. Tonight: bird-related interference? It's shaping up to be one of those series.