2013 World Series: 5 Players Who Will Make or Break St. Louis Cardinals’ Hopes of Winning

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In a year during which the city of Boston experienced unspeakable tragedy, the Boston Red Sox gave its citizens reason to cheer by winning the 2013 World Series. If they were ever going to clinch a title in Fenway Park […]

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Now it can finally be said. The Boston Red Sox are World Champions. I don’t think that there was a single person out there who could have predicted that this event would have happened this year. If you did, you need […]

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David Ortiz

There was no doubting that David Ortiz was the most dominant player on the field in the 2013 World Series. The designated hitter put up an incredible line of .688/.760/1.188 with two home runs, six RBIs and seven runs scored […]

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David Ortiz

David Ortiz is arguably the most loved professional athlete that has ever dawned a Boston uniform. And Ortiz is easily the most popular Boston Red Sox of all time. With that being said, many MLB pundits questioned whether or not […]

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Rob Grabowski-USA TODAY Sports

The Boston Red Sox managed to do the remarkable during this World Series. Somehow, they went to Busch Stadium, stepped on the St.Louis Cardinals home turf and took two out of three games in the NL park with no designated hitter, no Mike […]

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The Boston Red Sox currently have a 3-2 series edge over the St.Louis Cardinals in this 2013 World Series. What is remarkable is how the Red Sox are winning. They have had pitching that has been absolutely incredible. It has needed […]

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Adam Wainwright

After his profound struggles in Game 1 of the 2013 World Series, the St. Louis Cardinals needed their ace Adam Wainwright to have a bounce back effort in Game 5 of the series. However, Wainwright let the Cardinals down and […]

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The St. Louis Cardinals need to stop pitching to David Ortiz. The fact he was eight for 11 with four walks, and five RBI coming into the game should have been a clue that they should make someone else beat them. Granted, intentionally walking […]

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Admittedly, the obstruction call that ended Game 3 of the World Series between the Boston Red Sox and St.Louis Cardinals was probably the strangest ending of a World Series game in the history of baseball. However, if one is a Red […]

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