• Rays 9, Red Sox 8 With the two teams' respective aces taking the mound, you just knew it was going to be a swift affair - barely enough time to finish a six-pack - that would be decided by whichever team blinked first and allowed the one and only run to cross the plate. Just kidding. The game lasted nearly double the intended time of the Gilligan's Island tour and neither starting pitcher reached the 6th inning. Oh, baseball. Why are you so hard to predict? Jason Bay popped the first cherry by doubling in a pair of runs in the top of the 1st, and Evan Longoria followed suit with a 2-run bomb in the bottom half. After that, this game turned into a full-blown whore. But really, it's not like we're going to bore you by going through every hit (there were a combined 24) describing every home run (7 in total, tying a postseason record) or breaking the pitching performances (14 total pitchers took the mound). Just know that B.J. Upton finally ended the long night with a sac fly in the 11th. Fill in the rest of the blanks when this sucker gets replayed on ESPN Classic as soon as they obtain the rights.