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With the tying run at the plate, Cardinals rookie Kolton Wong got picked off at first base by Koji Uehara to end Game 4 of the World Series. It was the first time in the 109 year history of the World Series that a game ended on a pickoff. The play sealed a 4-2 win for the Red Sox and tied the series at two games apiece. Wong immediately knew he seriously screwed up. The post Koji Uehara picks off runner to end Game 4 appeared first on The Nosebleeds.
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In the ninth inning of game 4 of the World Series, FOX missed the crucial play to end the game by focusing on this young lady instead. The camerawork left much to be desired as it quickly cut to Koji Uehara’s pick off play at first. In case you were actually watching the game and haven’t seen the play, here it is:
The Red Sox tied the series 2-2 with the Cardinals and square...
For the second straight game, the World Series saw a weird ending. This time, with the Red Sox leading 4-2 with 2 outs in the bottom of the 9th inning, Koji Uehara caught Kolten Wong off first base for the rare walkoff pickoff. Sadly, Fox missed Uehara's pickoff move and only caught the tail end of the play because they were too busy with their 47 crowd shots between pitches...
Fox completely missed Koji Uehara's game-winning pickoff of Kolten Wong to end Game 4 of the World Series.
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Kolten Wong entered the game as a pinch runner in the bottom of the frame...
For the first time in history, a World Series game ended on a pickoff. Koji Uehara nabbed Kolten Wong straying off of first base for the 27th Cardinals out of the game.
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Boston closer Koji Uehara picked off St. Louis Cardinals pinch runner Kolten Wong to give the Red Sox a 4-2, Game 4 World Series win.
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"I've only been in St. Louis since I got off the bus, so I haven't...
One night after the St. Louis Cardinals won Game 3 on an obstruction play, the Boston Red Sox recorded the last out in a 4-2 Game 4 victory on a pickoff play at first.
What could possibly come next in this wild series?
Sox closer Koji Uehara took the hill in the ninth inning to try to lock down a Red Sox win. With one out, Uehara allowed a single to Allen Craig, who was replaced...
The Boston Red Sox evened up the World Series after Sunday night’s 4-2 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals after a walk-off pick off. With Carlos Beltran at the plate, Red Sox closer Koji Uehara picked off pinch-runner Kolten Wong with two outs in the bottom of the 9th inning. Wild last couple games. Game 5 is Monday in St. Louis.
The Boston Red Sox have tied the World Series up at 2 after a 4-2 win tonight. The ending to this game wasn’t as crazy as last night but was still wild. Cardinals pinch runner Kolten Wong was picked off at first by Red Sox closer Koji Uehara to end the game with Carlos Beltran […]