Found October 14, 2013 on Fox Sports Detroit:
The biggest crowd in the Tigers clubhouse Monday was grouped around Hunter, who gave a typically entertaining monologue on his adventures with Ortiz's grand slam and his spectacular flip over the Fenway Park bullpen fence. "I'm a little stiff," he said after slowly getting dressed. "I felt like Fred Sanford when I woke up this morning. It starts hurting at my ankles, and it stops at my neck. I've even got a tender spot on my head. I must have hit that somewhere." His biggest regret, though, was that he didn't make what might have been the greatest catch in postseason history. "He hit that ball so hard that it just stayed on a line, right in the lights," he said. "I was just running to where I thought it was, and when I finally saw it, it was almost past me, so I tried to reach back and get it. The next thing I knew, I was doing a flip. "If I could have caught that, we would have been in a great spot to come back 2-0, so I ...
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