Cardinals miraculous comeback in Game 6!
@SportsBata ..nuff said
Against all odds, the St. Louis Cardinals came back not once, twice, but three times in the late innings, last night, to survive and continue onto game 7 of the World Series! The Texas Rangers were leading the World Series 3-2 going into game 6, and just as soon as they seemed to have it in the bag twice over, the Cardinals persevered. The Cardinals were down 7-5 in the bottom of the ninth inning and tied the game at 7-7 with two outs, and then they were down 9-7 in the bottom of the tenth inning and tied the game at 9-9. Finally, the climax came off the bat of David Freese who blasted a walk-off solo-HR to win 10-9 in the bottom of the 11th inning! It is one of the most miraculous comebacks ever in World Series history! Check out the video below, and watch World Series game 7, Rangers at Cardinals 8:05PM EST FOX Tonight!
“You had to be here to believe it,” Cardinals manager Tony La Russa said.
To Freese, who grew up in the St. Louis area, it all reminded him of a game-ending home run Jim Edmonds hit in the 2004 playoffs.
“Growing up or whatever, and you see stuff like that happen, those become memories,” Freese said. – espn
Soon-to-be artifacts, David Freese’s bat — a black Pro Adirondack — and the remnants of the Cardinals’ home jersey gleefully torn by his teammates after his game-winning home run in the sixth game of the 107th World Series, what may well go down as The Greatest Game Ever Played.
“Only the left half,” said Brad Horn HOF PR, proudly displaying the Cooperstown-bound jersey. “The other half didn’t make it.” – foxsports