Nationals' win forces World Series to a Game 7

The Washington Nationals beat the Houston Astros 7-2 in a contentious Game 6 that included a controversial call and tension in the dugout.
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World series time right now. Epic game seven set for tonight after the nationals battled back against the Astros in a game packed with drama and T.J. Is down in Houston outside the stadium with all the action. Hey, T.J. Reporter: This game was all kinds of crazy. First you had two players taunting each other with bats. You had a manager get so upset he had to be physically restrained before he was ejected and you had a controversial call that had us all thumbing through the rule book. Now we get a game seven. The nationals have forced game seven. Reporter: The Washington nationals live to fight one more day forcing a winner take all game seven after defeeting the Houston Astros 7-2 in a contentious and controversial game six. The game got off to a fast and fiery start. Astros third baseman Alex Bregman got the hostilities going early on carrying his bat to first bat after this solo home run setting off the nationals and their fans who felt he was showboating. But four innings later nationals superstar Juan Soto returned the favor taunting Bregman by carrying his bat to first base after he whacked this staggering home run giving the nationals a one-run lead. Things got more heated after a controversial call in the seventh inning. Nats short stop trey turner was called out when he bumped the first baseman even though he was hit by the throw and appeared to run in a straight line. After that widely condemned interference call and a long delay nationals manager Dave Martinez who recently had a heart procedure had to be restrained and was thrown out of the game by the umpires. The nats turned their frustration into momentum. Immediately responding with a two-run home run. Back at the wall it is gone! Reporter: And never looked back. We had a great opportunity and tomorrow will play a home game, game seven of the world series. Reporter: On that controversial call, seriously, pulled out a rule book and 5.09 paragraph a, section 11 states that the runger even though he's running in a straight line he has to run a little in foul territory and the player wasn't a little to the right where he should have been so that was the interpretation and MLB did get that call right. The first time in the world series the road team has won the first six games and get a game seven, best two words in sports. Doesn't matter what sport. Game seven is always good. Going to be something. 2:00 I got an email from Charlie Gibson. He was watching the game. He was not pleased with that -- 2:00 A.M. He wasn't pleased with that call. Following a lot of other stories including Kevin hart

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