Red Sox and Cardinals Game Two of 2013 World Series

When David Ortiz hit a two run home run in the bottom of teh sixth inning, it looked like Boston was going to continue their World Series dominance over St. Louis. However, poor fielding in the seventh led to St. Louis scoring three runs and beat the Sox on sloppy play — the same way St. Louis played in their loss in the first game. The Boston Red Sox lost to the St. Louis Cardinals in game two of the World Series at Fenway Park in Boston by a score of 4 to 2. The Series is now tied one game a piece. Read Paul Doyle’s game wrap-up here. Jeff Jacobs found an avid St. Louis fan in Connecticut and writes about the Cardinals museum he has in his Avon home. Click here to read Jeff’s column. And keep reading by going to Jacobs’s postgame column here!

Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz, 34, hands out balls to fellow members of the 2004 World Series Champion Red Sox, on the pitchers mound before the game so they could all throw out the first pitch.

Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz, 34, hands out balls to fellow members of the 2004 World Series Champion Red Sox, on the pitchers mound before the game so they could all throw out the first pitch.

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