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A Wacky, Unpredictable World Series

Monday, October 28, 2013

The Boston Red Sox and the St. Louis Cardinals are tied at two games apiece in the World Series. But there have been some pretty wacky plays in the series that have led to the unpredictable wins. The weekend games were determined by an obstruction and a pickoff.

Here & Now’s Robin Young is joined by Glenn Stout, editor of The Best American Sports Writing, who says it’s an indication of how close these games really are.


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