Game 4: One win away
The Phillies dominated the Rays in Game 4 on Sunday night, and they’ve the huge World Series lead and all the momentum on their side with their best starting pitcher, Cole Hamels, all lined up for what Phillie fans hope will be a home clincher on Monday.
Hard to name the biggest moment for the Phillies on Sunday, so here’s two:
And here’s a third:
There was one more home run by Jayson Werth, but the way the Phillies pitched it didn’t matter at that point.
The bottom line is that the Rays have gotten absolutely nothing in this Series from Carlos Pena and Evan Longoria, and if those two don’t start hitting against Hamels, it’s over.
Then again, the Phillies have three wins, not four, so, as we all know, it’s not over yet. It isn’t over in October until the final out.
Can the Rays come back? Let me hear your thoughts.
the umpires as a whole have been the absolute worst ever in the World Series! Its a shame that MLB did not provide these 2 worthy teams with better play calling! They are blind, and very inconsistent calling balls/strikes!!
Well, now that both bullpens have an extra day of rest, it might be tough for either team to pick up a big advantage. But I still think the Phillies are going to come up on top soon.