Clay Travis and the Outkick crew break down what was a wild and controversial game 6 of the World Series last night in Houston. The main controversy took place in the 7th inning, when home plate umpire Sam Holbrook decided to call Nationals shortstop Trea Turner out for runner interference on a critical play in the top of the 7th. This controversial call robbed the Nationals of a prime opportunity to score, but the old saying goes, "ball don't lie," as Anthony Rendon hit a two-run jack shortly after to give the Nats a 3 run lead.
Clay Travis argues that this controversial call in game 6, along with the timely hitting, great pitching, and bats being carried all the way down to the first base coach following home runs on both sides will only add to the drama that already exists for winner-take-all tonight in the World Series. Max Scherzer and Zack Greinke will take the mound for the best two words in all of sports: GAME SEVEN.