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After a World Series filled with incredible and bizarre firsts, the Boston Red Sox collectively shouted, “FAHK YOU AN YAH FAHKIN DRAHMAH!” last night, as they easily and convincingly took care of the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 6 to secure the franchise’s eighth World Series Championship and first since 2007. Shane Victorino provided the bulk of the Game 6 damage for the Sox, as the Flyin’ Hawaiian broke out of his slump with a bases loaded double in the third inning, and that was all Boston would ever need in this 6-1 victory.
This was also the first time since 1915 that the Red Sox secured a World Series victory at home in Fenway Park, so by the 6th inning, with the score at 6-0, the fans in the stadium and basically the entire city were already buzzing. Hell, the Boston Police Department was Tweeting safety protocol by the 7th inning, because they were probably expecting the biggest party since Bar Stool’s epic Blackout rager at Boston U. You don’t even know how sick dat sh*t wa...
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But, do we want him to be?
Sure, Shane came up huge with that grand slam in the ALCS, but it has been torture watching him at the plate. Before Victorino hit that grand slam against the Tigers, I had written that AB off, along with every other Sox fan.
No matter how any of us feel, he is ready to return and will likely take his spot in right if he is feeling well.
Shane Victorino broke out these sick American flag themed cleats for his return to the Red Sox lineup in Game 6 of the World Series. According to FOX’s Ken Rosenthal, a friend of Victorino’s from Philadelphia designed the sweet kicks. Check them out in action: The post Shane Victorino wears America themed cleats during Game 6 of World Series appeared first on The Nosebleeds.
Victorino delivers the decisive blow in World Series Game 6Credit: USA Today/Robert Deutsch
The Boston Red Sox went worst to first, that being first in all of baseball by virtue of a 6-1 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 6 of the 2013 World Series on Wednesday night. A key 2 out, 3-run triple by Red Sox RF Shane Victorino in the 3rd inning opened the scoring for the...
Red Sox manager John Farrell revealed his lineup for Game 6 of the World Series, and it has another new wrinkle in it.
Shane Victorino is back, but he's not going to be at his usual second spot. Instead, Shane will bat sixth in the lineup as the Red Sox try to win it all tonight and take home another World Series. Here is the lineup, per ESPN:
1. Jacoby Ellsbury,...
The Boston Red Sox are one win away from winning the World Series, but a few of their players picked up an individual award on Tuesday night.
Boston’s Dustin Pedroia and Shane Victorino won the AL Gold Glove Awards at second base and right field, respectively. Jacoby Ellsbury was also a finalist in center field, but he lost to Baltimore Orioles star Adam Jones. Pedroia is now a...
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David Ortiz, Shane Victorino and the Boston Red Sox closed in on yet another World Series championship, battering October ace Michael Wacha and taking a 6-0 lead through six innings Wednesday night in Game 6.
Fenway Park was rollicking, with the crowd standing from the very first pitch. Slumping Shane Victorino lined a three-run double off the Green Monster in the third, and the...
The beards are coming off for World Series Most Valuable Player David Ortiz and outfielder Shane Victorino.
The two Red Sox players will shave Monday as part of a promotion.
Suddenly famous bullpen policeman Steve Horgan and a fan chosen by social media will join them during a shave-off at Gillette headquarters in Boston.
The Red Sox players' beards became a symbol of their...
The Boston Red Sox are the 2013 World Series champions. The Red Sox beat the St. Louis Cardinals 6-1 Wednesday night for their first World Series clincher at Fenway Park since 1918. Shane Victorino got his first hit of the World Series, a three-run double against Cardinals rookie starter Michael Wacha, who was 4-0 with a 1.00 ERA in the postseason before struggling in Game 6. ...
If you haven't heard, the Boston Red Sox won the World Series on Wednesday night, beating the St. Louis Cardinals 6-1 in Game 6.
So what happens the day after?
Red Sox right fielder Shane Victorino, who had the winning hit -- a three-run double -- the clinching win, wasn't sure what to do on Thursday.
Now what am I suppose to do today... pic.twitter.com/20KqU5En38
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*Scott wipes away a single tear rolling...
Around the fifth inning of game six, with the Boston Red Sox up 6-0, my friend and fellow Boston sports fan Sully made a comment concerning superstition. Mixed within Shane Victorino’s three-run triple, Stephen Drew’s long overdue big fly and David Ortiz continuing to be World Series MVP David Ortiz, I hardly remember the exact words, but his statement basically centered upon...
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After hitting rock bottom last year, the Boston Red Sox climbed their way all the way back on top to clinch their third championship in the past decade.
One thing's for sure...tomorrow will be the least productive day across Boston offices. World championships, costumes, and candy? Who can concentrate?
Entering tonight, confidence around this team...
For the third time in 10 years, the Boston Red Sox are the World Champs!
The Red Sox beat the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 6 of the World Series 6-1 using timely hits by Shane Victorino, a gritty pitching performance by starter John Lackey, and the feared bat of David Ortiz, who was named the MVP.
When the Red Sox last won a World Series at home, Babe Ruth, Carl Mays, and Harry...
The Boston Red Sox completed their worst-to-first improbable dream season and defeated the St. Louis Cardinals four games to two for their eighth world championship in franchise history and third in 10 years.
It was an exciting World Series and was filled with many high and a few lows for Red Sox Nation.
Here are the Top 5 moments from the 2013 World...