6 major moments from Monday's Rays-Red Sox ALDS Game 3
The Sox seemed to feel right at home. Jacoby Ellsbury put his team up 1-0 in the first inning by scoring on a wild throw to first base:
Mike Napoli killed a Rays rally by turning an exceptional double play in the second:
And after Ellsbury scored again (on a wild pitch), David Ortiz put Boston up 3-0 with this single in the fifth:
But then, with two on and two out in the bottom half of the inning, Evan Longoria had had quite enough. Tie game:
Later, in the bottom of the eighth, Delmon Young gave Tampa Bay a 4-3 lead with this grounder to first:
Boston battled back against Fernando Rodney to tie things up at four in the ninth, but the Rays don't like when other teams score on their closer. So Jose Lobaton did the same thing ... against the unhittable (previously unhittable?) Koji Uehara:
We'll see you tomorrow for Game 4.