Yasiel Puig's Game 4 homer off Eduardo Rodriguez yielded two totally opposite and dramatic reactions
The bottom of the sixth inning of Game 4 of the World Series on Saturday night was some seriously dramatic baseball theater. A night after playing the longest game in postseason history, the Red Sox and Dodgers were in a scoreless tie, as
The Dodgers put up a rally in the sixth, scoring a run on a fielder's choice and throwing error, but then things ramped up another notch. Rodriguez, still out there on the mound, faced
Puig launched a mammoth three-run homer into the Left Field Pavilion to give Los Angeles a 4-0 lead, and the respective reactions from both participants in the play were incredible.
Puig enjoyed his moment.
Mere seconds before the home run pitch, Puig did this in the batter's box:
On the other side of things, of course, was Rodriguez, who slammed his glove into the mound in frustration.
That's some gripping Fall Classic emotion right there.