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10/13/13: David Ortiz crushes a clutch grand slam over the right-field wall off Joaquin Benoit

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44 thoughts on “David Ortiz ties the game with grand slam in 2013 ALCS Game 2

  1. What made this even more epic was that it was on the first pitch. Also I always found it funny at 0:09 how the dugout goes nuts, and whoever is in the foreground, (I think it’s Koji Uehara’s interpreter) just has a slight fist bump.

  2. Thanks to Jim Leyland pulling Scherzer too early this moment cost the Tigers a possible WS title. It changed the momentum of the entire series and over the long run led to the downfall of Detroit.

  3. Jim Leland decides to bring in gopher-ball pitcher Joaquin Benoit. Ortiz sensed the drama of the moment. The worst part for me as a Tiger fan is that I KNEW Benoit was going to toss one down the middle and KNEW Ortiz would be swinging for the fence.

  4. the cop AND the catcher didn't even react to torii hunter almost breaking his head.

    if you ever needed more proof of hunter's claims, this would probably be it.

  5. Why is that cop there seriously?
    If he's just going to be there and cheer like a fan, he shouldn't be there.

  6. Many years the Tigers had the best Starting pitching staff and best Offense= nothing to show for it. Because of No Bullpen, speed or defense.

  7. I've been a Sox fan my whole life. That was the greatest Red Sox moment I ever saw and my father who saw Ted Williams play at Fenway when he was little said it was the greatest he ever saw too and it only tied the game!

  8. I was sitting on my couch in Scottsdale, AZ being a born and bread Bostonian and went the count went full I said that's an't good for the Tigers and the next pitch, BAM

  9. Two players– one a Hall of Famer, one at least a Hall of Very Gooder– who were among the most popular in the game for a decade or more, providing one of the most memorable moments in the MLB in at least ten years, probably twenty+. And both products of a robust Twins farm system from the late '90's, early '00's, when Terry Ryan and his "Twins Way" of drafting/signing/player development were still considered the model of how it should be done around the game. As a Twins fan, I was strangely proud to see this on FOX when it happened. We should have never, ever, ever cut Ortiz, and we probably should have ponied up some cash when Hunter was due to become a free agent….

  10. Yes, one of the greatest steroid users under pressure in the history of baseball. He should be thanking a syringe at home plate, not god.

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