The game was tight until the fourth inning, with the Sox holding onto a slim 3-2 lead.
In the fourth inning, the Red Sox batters just kept hitting the ball and finding the gaps, one after another. That inning accounted for nine more Sox runs.
In their innings, the Cardinals were getting the bats on the ball as well, but missing the gaps. Two long shots to the outfield came right to the right fielder to end otherwise promising action.
Earlier in the game, Matt Mock started off the scoring for the Sox by stealing home, moving "like a cat" as Coach Mike Mock always preaches. Alexander Victoria got a timely RBI hit for the Cardinals earlier to help get runs on the board for the Cardinals.
The Sox now wait to see who they will face in Game 1 of the World Series, which will be Saturday, June 10, at noon.