Once again the umpires end up in the spotlight in the World Series making a rare "obstruction" call last night that directly leads to a St Louis win in the bottom of the ninth.
It happened when a Cardinals' runner tripped over Boston's sprawling 3rd baseman, which, by rule, means he was impeded on his way to home plate.
Umpiring crew chief John Hirschbeck explains that when the rule is called, the runner is awarded the next base - which in this case was home plate, resulting in the winning run scoring.
Final score was 5 to 4 - Cards now lead the Red Sox 2 games to 1 with game 4 tonight in St Louis.
Check out the wild finish.