5. Hanley Ramirez hits walk-off single to give Red Sox the win in 19 innings.
The Red Sox played in a lot of long games this season, but none of those topped this one.
This game featured so many highlights. It had incredible throws, diving catches by the pitcher, and clutch hits. The game lasted six hours from beginning to end, so there was plenty of time for highlights.
The game went back and forth until the ninth when Boston tied it up on a Mitch Moreland groundout. That capped off a two-run ninth that helped Boston push it to extras. After that, the game went scoreless for ten innings, which means that the teams basically played two games that night!
Mookie Betts hit a leadoff double in the 19th, and then Ramirez stepped up and hit a bloop single to center field that ended it. Betts scored on the play, and somehow the Red Sox players had enough energy to chase down Hanley after the game.
The full highlights from the game are wild. Jackie Bradley had a clutch outfield assist in the 11th, which would have given the Blue Jays the lead. Fernando Abad had a huge strikeout in the 17th with the game in the balance.
Overall, if you stayed up for this game, it was a classic.
Number four included two things. It was a beat down for the Red Sox, but it also included a milestone for another player mentioned already.