Texas Rangers defeat Boston Red Sox, 2-1

David Ortiz walked back to the dugout, head down, the roaring crowd suddenly silent.

He removed his helmet a few feet from the dugout and walked down the steps. The game was over.

This was supposed to be his time, trailing by one run with two outs in the ninth inning and a runner on. But instead of the ball leaving the park or smashing against the Wall or even dribbling through the right side, instead of Ortiz circling the bases with Julio Lugo racing in front of him, t...