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Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

As WR Josh Gordon (10) and the Patriots go through a full-pads practice on Thursday — with wind cutting through to give them a preview of what they might experience in Chicago on Sunday — starting right tackle Marcus Cannon (concussion) remains absent.

Betts play joins Maier, Bartman in fan interference lore (0:33)
Perez agrees with fan interference call (0:49)
Teixeira: Price has a chance to prove doubters wrong in Game 5 (1:25)

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Joe West on the José Altuve interference call: "Here's the whole play. He hit the ball to right field. He jumped up to try to make a catch. The fan interfered with him over the playing field. That's why I called spectator interference. (So it's a clear call in your mind?) Yes."

Benintendi talks catch to end Game 4 (1:23)
Bradley: This game 'brought out a lot of emotions' (1:13)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Jose Altuve says he never likes to complain about umpires' calls, but he was quite honest in saying the first-inning interference call upset him. He also said he had no hard feelings with the fans. He actually thanked the fans for trying to catch the ball and help him out, although he felt the ball was a homer.

Betts on wild Game 4: 'This is the reason why I play the game' (1:06)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Carlos Correa on the first-inning interference call: "In my eyes it was a homer ... (the call) played a big role in the game."

Benintendi's sliding grab saves game for Red Sox (1:00)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Of course it had to come down to Alex Bregman facing Craig Kimbrel with the bases loaded and the game on the line on the winning runs on base. He swung at the pitch, lined it to left field and Andrew Benintendi made the do-or-die diving catch. What a catch. What a game. Red Sox win 8-6. Let's do it again tomorrow.

Reddick's diving catch ends bases-loaded jam (0:29)
Martinez knocks in Betts for insurance run (0:22)
Betts' throw gets Kemp out at second (0:34)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

As if this game needed any more ridiculousness, Josh Reddick makes a spectacular diving catch to rob Mookie Betts of at least two RBIs and maybe three. We go to the ninth and Craig Kimbrel is back out there to close it out and put the Red Sox one win from the World Series.