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Boston Red Sox right fielder Shane Victorino has been removed from the starting lineup for Game 4 of the World Series against St. Louis because of lower back tightness.
In perhaps the wildest finish imaginable, a rare ruling against third baseman Will Middlebrooks allowed Allen Craig to score with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning and lifted St. Louis over Boston 5-4 Saturday night for a 2-1 edge.
Victorino was batting second in the original batting order, but the Red Sox announced about 75 minutes before the scheduled first pitch Sunday that he had been scratched.
Jim Joyce didn't even have to think.
By Sunday morning, most everyone had become an expert on the obstruction rule.
The Boston Red Sox keep stumbling. Forget about getting in the path of opponents, they can't even stay out of their own way.
Koji Uehara emerged from the dugout, walked onto the field at Busch Stadium and gazed at the gleaming Gateway Arch.
A look at Game 3 of the World Series at Busch Stadium on Saturday night as the Boston Red Sox take on the St. Louis Cardinals:
Carlos Beltran finished a World Series game for the first time, one day after making his debut.