October 21, 2013
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The Red Sox took batting practice before Game 6 of the ALCS at Fenway Park.
Tigers starter Max Scherzer watched what at first appeared to be a three-run homer in the third inning by Dustin Pedroia.
Xander Bogaerts (72) was congratulated in the Sox dugout after scoring the first run of the game in the fifth inning.
Jarrod Saltalamacchia tagged Prince Fielder to complete a double play in the sixth inning.
Tigers manager Jim Leyland removed relief pitcher Drew Smyly in the seventh inning.
Jonny Gomes dove into second base after hitting a double in the seventh.
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The Red Sox bench reacted after Shane Victorino hit a grand slam in the seventh inning.
Jim Davis/Globe Staff
Shane Victorino was welcomed by teammate Mike Napoli after his grand slam.
Globe staff photo by Stan Grossfeld
The Tigers dugout is seen in the second inning.
Koji Uehara and Jarrod Saltalamacchia celebrated the win.
Stan Grossfeld/globe staff
The Red Sox advanced to the World Series with their Game 6 win.
Koji Uehara was named Most Valuable Player of the ALCS.
Jacoby Ellsbury sprayed fans with champagne.
Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe
Fans celebrated outside of Fenway Park as the Red Sox head to the World Series.
Dustin Pedroia was in the clubhouse after the win.
Fans celebrated outside Fenway.
Fans celebrated outside of Fenway.
Mike Carp sprayed beer after Game 6.
Jonny Gomes celebrated with fans after winning the pennant.
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