World Series victories for the Boston Red Sox have now come in three of the last 10 seasons. The 2013 World Series might mean more, though, as the team was able to clinch it at Fenway Park. The impressive win in Game 6 on Wednesday night (Oct. 30) was something the fans in attendance are not going to soon forget.
This marked the first time since 1918 that the team had clinched the championship at Fenway. In 2004 they won it in St. Louis and then in 2007 they won it in Colorado. Both times fans that couldn't make the trip had to enjoy it on television, but this time the city was allowed to celebrate right there with the team as it all went down.
David Ortiz ended up winning the MVP award after posting a .688 batting average and .760 on-base percentage against the St. Louis Cardinals. He had two home runs, six RBIs, and eight walks during the six games. It helped increase his postseason totals to a .353 batting average, .500 on-base percentage, five home runs, 13 RBIs, and 16 walks.
The 2013 World Series is going into the record books for the Boston Red Sox and Fenway Park finally got to have the champagne sprayed all over it.
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