The St. Louis Cardinals staged a nearly miraculous comeback Thursday night, beating the Texas Rangers in extra innings to take the World Series to a final Game 7. The Cardinals were pushed to within their last strike in the 9th and 10th innings, only to come back and erase two-run deficits in both times. They finished the comeback in the eleventh inning when David Freese hit a walk-off home run, leading the Rangers to a 10-9 win. The two teams will now meet again Friday in a final game that will decide the World Series champion.
Carol Costello speaks with Andy Martino, sports writer for the New York Daily News, to talk about the game that some people are already calling the greatest in the history of the World Series.