It was a late night for baseball fans Saturday as Game Three of the World Series didn't end until 1:47 a.m. One more reason why the Saturday game of the Series should start no later than 5 p.m., but we'll be waiting a long time for that to happen as long as the Fox Network carries the games.
There was another late night back on Oct. 24, 1992, when the Blue Jays beat the Braves, 4-3, in 11 innings on Dave Winfield's two-run double in top of the 11th to claim the first of their back-to-back World Series titles. That game also ended well past midnight and like on Saturday, many fans had probably already tuned out or turned in.
Manager Cito Gaston went all-out to win Game Six, so he used members of his starting staff in relief roles in that game. Which Jays starter wound up getting the win in the clinching game of the World Series?
A) Todd Stottlemyre B) Jimmy Key C) Jack Morris D) David Cone
Talk about it in the comment section below and look for the answer in the On The Web
section of the print edition of The News on Monday, Oct. 27.