When you win a World Series, everybody remembers the big home runs and the clutch pitching performances, but the little plays can be just as important. Take Game 4 of the American League Championship Series. The Boston Red Sox beat the Houston Astros 8-6 to put them one win away from the World Series. One of the key plays came in the bottom of the eighth, with the Red Sox up 8-5 at the time. Tony Kemp led off with a base hit down the right-field line and the speedster burned around first, trying for a double, only to see Mookie Betts cut the ball off and fire a strike to second base to nail him. It wasn't the best decision by Kemp with none out and his team down three runs at the time, but Betts also made a perfect play. The Astros would score one run in the inning, but if Betts doesn't make that throw, maybe it turns into a bigger, game-turning and series-turning inning. Here's the thing about that play. The...


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