He kept that ball low again. He threw that pitch of his a couple of times. Maybe it isn't a spitter but it breaks down a lot sharper than a sinker, let me tell you.
The only time he came high they hit him, McDougald especially. That was Gil's hit that Covington took off the fence. That was a pretty spectacular catch, but I don't think it was a great catch. He made it, so you can't take anything away from him, but a real good outfielder would have caught it standing against the fence.
But he did catch it, and the Braves' once scorned infield added three sharp double plays to aid their Mr. Burdette to his great day. And it was his day. Lew's fine right hand may evoke controversy, but it was the prime force in shaping the Braves' new world and sending them eagerly back to New York for the Series finale.