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World Series: 2013 World Series Game 4

The Boston Red Sox travel to St. Louis, Missouri to take on the Cardinals at Busch Stadium. Boston will start Clay Buchholz against the Cardinals' 15 game winner Lance Lynn.

Final Score: Boston 4, St. Louis 2

Episode Info

Episode number: 66x4
Airdate: Sunday October 27th, 2013
Special Airtime: 08:00 pm

Director: (Unknown)
Writer: (Unknown)

  • Currently 8.5/10
8.5/10 (2 Votes cast)
Guest Stars
Boston Red Sox
As AL Champions
St. Louis Cardinals
As NL Champions
John Farrell (3)
As Boston Red Sox Manager
Mike Matheny
As St. Louis Cardinals Manager
Lance Lynn
As St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher (Losing Pitcher)
Koji Uehara
As Boston Red Sox Pitcher (Save)
David Ortiz
As Boston Red Sox Player (Double)
Yadier Molina
As St. Louis Cardinals Player (Double)
Felix Doubront
As Boston Red Sox Pitcher (Winning Pitcher)
Clay Buchholz
As Boston Red Sox Pitcher (Starting Pitcher)
Jonny Gomes
As Boston Red Sox Player (Home Run)
Shane Robinson
As St. Louis Cardinals Player (Double)

Musical Guests
Rascal Flatts
As Themselves (The Star-Spangled Banner)

Bob Gibson
As Himself (First Pitch Ceremony)
Hank Aaron
As Himself (2013 Hank Aaron Award Presenter)
Miguel Cabrera
As Himself (2013 Hank Aaron Award Winner)
Main Cast
Joe Buck
As Play-By-Play Announcer
Tim McCarver
As Color Commentator
Ken Rosenthal
As Field Reporter
Erin Andrews
As Field Reporter
Matt Vasgersian
As Pregame Host
A.J. Pierzynski
As Pregame Analyst
Harold Reynolds
As Pregame Analyst
Jimmy Rollins
As Pregame Analyst
Episode Notes
47,469 people were in attendance.

Warning: World Series season 66 episode 4 guide may contain spoilers
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