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Sox World Series Items Hall Of Fame Bound

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The bat David Ortiz used in game five of the World Series is headed to Cooperstown along with other items from the Red Sox 2013 World Champion team. Hall of Fame folks were at Fenway after the game six win to collect items for display.

Along with the Ortiz bat, the Baseball Hall of Fame will display the spikes worn by closer Koji Uehara, John Farrell’s jacket worn in game six, the catchers mask worn by David Ross, the glove used by Stephen Drew and batting gloves from Xander Bogaerts.

Earlier in the series, Jonny Gomes had donated the bat he used to hit that game four home run.

The items go on display at Cooperstown in early December.

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