THE PLAY: Pedro Feliz, often the most overlooked player in a star-studded lineup, delivered the biggest blow of 2008, lining an 0-1 pitch from Chad Bradford into centerfield to score pinch-runner Eric Bruntlett with the World Series-winning run.
THE SETUP: After the Rays answered a sixth-inning run with one of their own in the top of the seventh, the Phillies needed to strike back right away - and Pat Burrell did. He took a pitch from J.P. Howell for a strike and another low for a ball and then drilled a hanging curve off the "Manny Ramirez" fence in left-centerfield for a double. Bruntlett, who ran for Burrell, went to third when Shane Victorino grounded out to the right side.
THE AT-BAT: With the infield in and facing Bradford, a submarining righthander, Feliz fought the first pitch off for a bouncing foul down the third-base line. Bradford hung the next pitch high in the strike zone, Feliz went up and got it, and sent it right back up the middle to score Bruntlett.