Shane Victorino's three-run double in Game 6
After sitting out Games 4 and 5 with an injured back, Shane Victorino was reinserted into the lineup for Game 6, with the Sox hoping to clinch the World Series at home. In the bottom of the third inning, Victorino came up with the bases loaded in a 0-0 game and laced a double off the left-field wall. Jacoby Ellsbury and David Ortiz scored easily, but Jonny Gomes also came barreling around third base on a mission to score the third run.
Yadier Molina got the ball and tried to make a diving tag, but Gomes was in safe and Victorino advanced to third on the throw. Victorino had been struggling in the World Series and had been dropped to sixth in the batting order, but he came up clutch when it mattered to give the Red Sox the early lead.