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Tue, 2004-10-26

In Game Three of the World Series at Busch StadiumManny Ramirez hits a two-run home run in the first inning as the Boston Red Sox defeat the St. Louis Cardinals, 4 - 1, for their third consecutive victory. Pedro Martinez is the winning pitcher, pitching 7 shutout innings, retiring last 14 batters in a row, relievers Mike Timlin and Keith Foulke closed out the game as Jeff Suppan is the loser. Full Series recap

 

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2004 World Series, Boston Red Sox, Busch Stadium, Jeff Suppan, Keith Foulke, Manny Ramirez, Mike Timlin, Pedro Martinez, St. Louis Cardinals

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