Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Blair World Series MVP
Baltimore center fielder Paul Blair was named World Series Most Valuable Player. Although known best for his speed and defensive wizardry, Blair hit .474 with five doubles, a pair of home runs, and nine RBI over the five games. Both of the homers came in game two at Shea Stadium, the second of which was a grand slam that turned the game into a 10-3 laugher that sent the Orioles home with a 2-0 lead in the series. Blair also drove in at least one run in four of the five games.
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