Hernandez had himself an embarrassing Game 3, becoming the first umpire in the replay era to have three calls overturned in a postseason game. He was behind the plate for Game 4, and while there was some reason to believe the peace would be kept …
The Boston Red Sox just took down their biggest rivals, but an even greater challenge awaits.
The Red Sox defeated the New York Yankees in Game 4 of the American League Division Series to advance to their first AL Championship Series since 2013, when they won the World Series.
Standing between Boston and another World Series berth are the defending champion Houston Astros, who won 103 games this season and just swept the Cleveland Indians in the ALDS.
It should be a great series between the AL’s two best teams, and it kicks off Saturday night at Fenway Park for Game 1.
Here are the dates, start times and TV information for the best-of-seven-series, which we’ll update as more information is announced:
SATURDAY, OCT. 13Game 1: Astros at Red Sox, 8:09 p.m. ET (TBS)
SUNDAY, OCT. 14Game 2: Astros at Red Sox, 7:09 p.m. ET (TBS)
TUESDAY, OCT. 16Game 3: Red Sox at Astros, TBA (TBS)
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17Game 4: Red Sox at Astros, TBA (TBS)
THURSDAY, OCT. 18*Game 5: Red Sox at Astros, TBA (TBS)
SATURDAY, OCT. 20*Game 6: Astros at Red Sox, TBA (TBS)
SUNDAY, OCT. 21*Game 7: Astros at Red Sox, TBA (TBS)
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