David Ortiz had a World Series like few others, hitting .688 and driving in six, and was named the MVP of the series.
Here is a look at the key moments of Game 6 in “The Walkoff,” and we’ll have all the celebration and reaction coming up throughout the evening.
End 8th, 6-1 Red Sox: It’s Koji time. The Sox are three outs away from the World Series, they have a five-run cushion, and they have the best closer in baseball to get them there.
Middle 8th, 6-1 Red Sox: Workman gets it done with a 1-2-3 inning in the eighth. Three outs away…
Top 8th, 6-1 Red Sox: Stephen Drew got another hit (hey, how about that?) but that’s it for the Red Sox. Credit to Carlos Martinez for actually being good for St. Louis this series.
On comes Brandon Workman to pitch the eighth. I don’t think he’ll get a chance to bat tonight. Just a hunch.
Six outs left.
Middle 7th, 6-1 Red Sox: Junichi Tazswa gets the job done, getting Allen Craig to ground out to first "
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