World Series 2013 – TiVo’s Top Moments   by

 

Congratulations to the 2013 World Series Champions, The Boston Red Sox! No matter which baseball team your allegiance is to, the highlights from this year’s match-up were exciting. TiVo Research & Analytics has TiVo’s Top Ten most watched moments from all six games for you!

 

 

  1. Game 3: 12:04AM – A frenetic and one of a kind World Series play leads off TiVo’s Top Ten list.  The final play of game 3, with runners on second and third and one out, included all of the following: a sharp ground ball up the middle by the Cardinals Jay; a great diving stop by the Red Sox second baseman Pedroia; an out at the plate; a throwing error at third; an injured Craig hobbling around third and heading for home; Red Sox third baseman Middlebrook lying on the ground sticks his feet up in the air as Craig tries to vault over him; Craig trips but gets up and continues to home plate; third base umpire immediately signals obstruction; left fielder Nava makes a strong throw home; Saltalamacchia tags Craig; plate umpire DeMuth signals safe based on the obstruction call; game over; Cardinals 5 – Red Sox 4.
  2. Game 4: 10:22pm – Jonny Gomes, who wasn’t even scheduled to start the game but went in for an ailing Victorino, hits a three run homer off Maness to break a 1-1 tie in the top of the 6th.
  3. Game 6: 9:08pm – In the third inning with two outs and the bases loaded, Victorino doubles to deep left and Boston takes a 2-0 lead.
  4. Game 2: 9:58pm – Down by one run in the bottom of the 6th, with a full count, Ortiz hits a towering two run homer to left scoring, what would end up being the only runs for the Red Sox in game 2.
  5. Game 2: 10:23pm – A sacrifice fly by Carpenter with the bases loaded scores two for the Cardinals on a throwing error by the pitcher Breslow.
  6. Game 6: 11:23pm – Uehara strikes out Carpenter swinging for the final out as Boston wins the 2013 World Series.
  7. Game 5: 10:12pm – With runners on second and third, Ellsbury hits a bloop single to center scoring Drew and giving the Red Sox a 3-1 lead in the top of the seventh.
  8. Game 1: 8:51pm – An easy pop-up to the pitcher Wainwright drops in front of the mound right between him and the catcher Molina giving Drew an infield single.
  9. Game 1: 8:35pm – In the first inning of the first game, after a controversial play at second base (which included the umpires overruling the original call and both managers protesting) and a Kozma error, Napoli doubles into the gap and the Sox are up 3-0.
  10. Game 1: 9:36pm – With one out and the bases loaded for the Cardinals in the 4th inning, Freese grounds into a pitcher to catcher to first double play.

 

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