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As Sox look to clinch, Dana-Farber giving away a signed Ortiz jersey

Posted by David D'Onofrio  October 30, 2013 02:15 PM

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If the Red Sox finish the Cardinals over the next couple of nights, and become the champions of baseball, there's a pretty good chance David Ortiz will come away with World Series MVP honors in addition to his third championship ring.

After all, he's in the midst of what may be the greatest Series a hitter has ever experienced. He's slugged a couple of homers. He's reached base 75 percent of the time he's come to the plate. He's collected 11 hits in five games. He's put his (bleeping) city on the verge of a parade.

And you could win his authentic, autographed jersey.

Anyone who "likes" the Facebook page of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute before Friday (Nov. 1) will be entered in a contest to win the jersey signed by the Sox' gregarious slugger, which he donated to help celebrate the 60th anniversary of a partnership between his team and the Jimmy Fund that has seen scores of players make visits to the clinics and assist in fundraising initiatives through the years.

To be eligible, participants must be at least 18 years old, they can only enter once, and the rest of the official rules are available by clicking here.

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