Found October 25, 2013 on NESN.com:
The World Series attracts celebrities like winning attracts fan. Game 2 between the Red Sox and Cardinals didn’t seem to be quite as chock full of famous faces as the first outing — which featured Matt Damon and, oh, everybody — but it still drew some big names. Jon Hamm was present, as he often is, to root on the Cardinals. Known to be a pretty serious St. Louis supporter and a knowledgeable sports fan in general, Hamm finally got to see his team take one against the Sox. The winner of the night, however, had to be Andy Garcia, who somehow got into this picture with David Ross near the Red Sox dugout. Garcia and Ross win photo of the night, but also be sure to check out Hamm’s playoff beard — which he had long before the Sox indulged in their hirsute habit — in the photos below. Photo via Twitter/mrbradj Filed under: Boston Red Sox, Entertainment, Headlines, NESN Staff, St. Louis Cardinals, World Series
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