Pitcher Kenny Rogers got the win on Sunday night.
The Belleville News-Democrat has a recap:
Rogers, a 41-year-old left-hander, fired a two-hitter over eight
innings, walking three and striking out four. He was relieved in the
ninth by Todd Jones, who registered the save despite surrendering an
RBI double to Jim Edmonds.
"Our team needed to win today, and I know it was huge," said Rogers,
who became the oldest starting pitcher to win a game in the World
Series and the second-oldest overall.Read Full Story
Kenny Rogers is a professional baseball player. He's a left-handed pitcher for the Detroit Tigers and wears number 37. He is managed by pitching manager Chuck Hernandez.