The Kansas City Royals defeated the New York Mets, 5-3, to move closer to winning a World Series championship with a three games to one lead.
The Royals rallied late to take the lead and turned to their closer, Wade Davis. Davis protected the lead with a six-out save in the eighth and ninth innings.
Davis says it was something he knew he could do, especially in the World Series. "A couple more outs really doesn’t change anything," says Davis.
The Royals and Mets will play Game Five on Sunday night in New York.