WS awards: Your best from Game 5
Though Game 5 ended in a conventional fashion, it was no less extraordinary than Games 3 and 4. Here's the best from Boston's 3-1 victory.
Best Halloween costume: NBA mega-star, Derrick Rose, has a history of dressing up as Willie Robertson from the hit television show, "Duck Dynasty." Here he is just a few months ago at his son's birthday party.
And here he is attending Monday's game looking almost identical to the reality television star. His costume has really evolved over those few months.
Most enthusiastic man without head: It's hard to tell where this die hard fan is sitting, but his view couldn't possibly be any better.
Best real-life rebuttal to the movie "White Men Can't Jump:" Red Sox shortstop Stephen Drew wins another coveted award with his fielding expertise. This time it's in direct response to a movie he saw for the first time Sunday night. As you can see, he didn't take kindly to the stereotype and "showed everybody" with this high-flying grab. He was also spotted slam-dunking basketballs during batting practice.
Scariest at-bat: Red Sox right fielder Daniel Nava nearly impaled himself after his bat splintered and a shard headed straight for his neck. Fortunately, he avoided any significant injury. Unfortunately, he hit into an inning-ending double play.
Most exciting moment of the game: Sure some of these players have waited their entire lives to play in a World Series, but nothing gets them amped like seeing a perfect paper airplane landing.
Best use of razor to carve Cardinals logo into top of head: There wasn't much competition for this award and I imagine this hairdo will be short-lived if St. Louis loses Game 6.