World Series MVP

November 2, 2013 by  

World Series MVP, David Ortiz saluted cheering fans after the game.

David Ortiz did not get much of a chance to swing the bat in Game 6 of the World Series. But he was named Most Valuable Player.

The Cardinals walked Ortiz four times, three intentionally. The strategy didn’t pay off as the Red Sox clinched with a 6-1 victory and Ortiz scored two runs.

Ortiz finished 11 of 16 in the Series and reached base in 19 of his 25 plate appearances. He scored seven runs in the six games.

Ortiz joined Manny Ramirez (2004) and Mike Lowell (2007) as Red Sox World Series MVPs. He is now 20 of 44 (.454) in 14 career Series games. The four walks Wednesday tied a single-game Series record.

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