The Boston Red Sox are poised for their fourth World Series Title in 15 years and it's an unlikely hero that helped slay the defending World Champions. Jackie Bradley Jr., batting out of the number 9 hole, swung more like Babe Ruth than Spike Owen. In a crucial Game 3 (with the series tied) against the Houston Astros, he broke the game open with a grand slam off of closer Roberto Osuna to put the Sox 5 runs ahead. Then he came back in a see-saw epic Game 4, he gave the Red Sox the lead for good with a 2-run homer off of fireballer Josh James who had been baffling Boston. The homer broke the back of the Astros which never led a game in the series again as they folded in Game 5. The unlikely hero won the ALCS MVP and is the Longhorndave Sportsman of the Week.