Red Sox Trivia! B-E selective!
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Question: Who was the only Red Sox shortstop to have a strikeout rate under 20% in 2013?
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Previous Question Answer: Mike Carp had a fantastic first half of 2013, putting up a .414 wOBA, the highest among Boston outfielders.
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The Boston Red Sox took back their city with their third title in ten years and are now 2013 World Series champions! The Official 2013 World Series Film, arriving on Blu-ray and DVD November 26 from Major League Baseball Productions and Lionsgate Home Entertainment, captures all of the highlights and hand-wringing moments from the series, featuring clutch performances of David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia, Jon Lester, Mike Napoli, John Lackey, Shane Victorino and the rest of the cast of charismatic characters. A must for every baseball fan, the Official 2013 World Series Film provides comprehensive highlights, exclusive access and interviews, and breathtaking footage capturing the thrilling story of the Boston Red Sox 2013 World Series championship!
Relive all the heart-stopping, hold-your-breath moments from 2013’s ultimate match up between two of MLB’s most storied franchises – the Boston Red Sox and the St. Louis Cardinals. From the Green Monster at Fenway Park to Busch Stadium in St. Louis, fans can watch David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia, and Koji Uehara lead the Red Sox to yet another World Series championship.
An ideal holiday gift, the Official 2013 World Series Film is loaded with bonus material that includes clinching celebrations, the MLB Player Poll: Pedroia/Ortiz, the ‘This Beard Came Here to Party’ Music Video and much more! This “must own” Blu-ray and DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $34.99 and $29.98, respectively.
BLU-RAY/ DVD SPECIAL FEATURES*
- Clinching Celebrations
- World Series Highlights
- World Series Parade
- Mission October: Red Sox
- MLB Player Poll: Pedroia/Ortiz
- Hall of Fame: 2013 World Series
- ‘This Beard Came Here to Party’ Music Video
- President Obama Calls John Farrell