Found October 30, 2013 on Fenway Refugees:
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, CF 2. Dustin Pedroia, 2B 3. David Ortiz, DH 4. Mike Napoli, 1B 5. Jonny Gomes, LF 6. Shane Victorino, RF 7. Xander Bogaerts, 3B 8. Stephen Drew, SS 9. David Ross, C What do you think of tonight's lineup? Like Victorino in the sixth spot?
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