Victorino delivers big blow in World Series finale

Boston Red Sox's Shane Victorino (Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports)

Boston Red Sox's Shane Victorino (Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports)

BOB ELLIOTT, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 1:51 AM ET

BOSTON - Shane Victorino's walk-up song is Bob Marley's Everything's Gonna Be Alright.

Each time the Boston Red Sox outfielder leaves the batter's box as the sound system blares "Don't worry about a thing."

When the song ends the Fenway Park faithful chants "'Cause every little thing's gonna be all right."

Victorino strode to the batter's box to face St. Louis Cardinals post-season sensation Michael Wacha in the third inning Wednesday night.

Scoreless game.

Two out.

Bases loaded.

Everything was all right.

Victorino doubled off the wall on a 2-1 pitch and the Red Sox had a lead that they would ride to a 6-1 win to take the 109th World Series thanks to John Lackey, who allowed one run in 62/3 innings.

Wacha faced 21 hitters and 10 reached base -- including seven of the final 12 -- as he tried to become the third pitcher to win five games in a post-season.


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