No surprise here: David Ortiz named World Series MVP

By Mike Axisa | Baseball Writer

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As expected, David Ortiz was named World Series MVP following the Red Sox's win over the Cardinals in Game 6 on Wednesday night. He hit a ridiculous .688/.760/1.188 (!!!) in the Fall Classic, reaching base 19 times in 25 plate appearances. Just unreal. Here's some more Ortiz craziness:

What an outrageous series by Ortiz. The MVP hasn't been this obvious in a long, long time. Congrats to him and the Red Sox.

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