Shane Victorino broke out of his 0-for-10 slump Wednesday night going 2-for-3 with a bases clearing double, a walk, and four RBI in the Red Sox World Series Game 6 clinching win.
Victorino's third-inning double off of the Big Monster would be all that the Red Sox would need to secure their third World Championship in the past nine seasons. Despite battling through injuries, the outfielder materialized into a true difference-maker for Boston. He finished the regular season with a solid .294/.351/.451 slash line to go along with 15 home runs and 21 steals. The Flyin' Hawaiin will represent a draft-day value once again in 2014.
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