Craig Breslow '02 Makes World Series Appearance
BOSTON – Thursday, Craig Breslow '02 became the first Yale player since 1986 to play in a World Series. He and the Boston Red Sox lost to the St. Louis Cardinals to even the series at 1-1.
Entering in a tough spot in the seventh inning, Breslow allowed one hit and a sacrifice fly on which he made a throwing error. Three Cardinals scored, but none of the runs were charged to Breslow. This continues his untouched 0.00 playoff ERA through 7.1 innings.
Ron Darling '82 was the last Bulldog to play in a World Series. In the 1986 Series, Darling went 1-1 to help the New York Mets defeat the Red Sox in seven games.
The remainder of the World Series schedule is as follows:
Saturday, Oct. 26 8:07 p.m. – Boston at St. Louis
Sunday, Oct. 27 8:15 p.m. – Boston at St. Louis
Monday, Oct. 28 8:07 p.m. – Boston at St. Louis
Wednesday, Oct. 30 8:07 p.m. – St. Louis at Boston (if necessary)
Thursday, Oct. 31 8:07 p.m. – St. Louis at Boston (if necessary)
Report by Skylar Shibayama '16, Yale Sports Publicity