Red Sox even World Series 2-2 after 4-2 win last night

It was another dramatic ending in what has been a crazy World Series. This time the Red Sox prevailed and now the Fall Classic is tied at two games apiece.

Pay per head services remember that Jonny Gomes had struggled at the plate in this postseason and he wasn’t even supposed to be in the lineup last night but he replaced Shane Victorino, who was scratched with lower back tightness and hit a clutch three-run home run in the sixth inning to give the Red Sox a 4-2 lead and they didn’t looked back.

Felix Doubront pitched well in long relief, John Lackey came on for the hold in the eighth inning and Koji Uehara got the save.

Uehara picked off pinch-runner Kolten Wong while Carlos Beltran was at the plate, representing the tying run.

Jon Lester will take the hill for the Red Sox in Game 5 against Adam Wainwright. The game starts tonight at 8:07 PM ET and we are now guaranteed to head back to Boston for at least a Game 6 on Wednesday.