To say David Ortiz didn't do much during the Boston Red Sox's World Series-clinching Game 6 win is a testament to Big Papi. The World Series MVP walked four times, three of them intentional. He scored twice. And he finished off a series with a ridiculous line: .688/.760/1.188, seven runs, six RBIs, two home runs and two doubles. Where does his stellar 2013 Series rank among the best MVP performances of all time? Click on the images below to set your rankings!

World Series performances

Sandy Koufax, 1965

Sandy Koufax, 1965

2-1 record, two shutouts
1 earned run in 24 IP, 29 Ks

Bob Gibson, 1967

Bob Gibson, 1967

3-0, all complete games
3 earned runs in 27 IP, 26 Ks

Johnny Bench, 1976

Johnny Bench, 1976

.533 BA, 2 HR, 1.667 OPS, 6 RBIs, 4 runs

Reggie Jackson, 1977

Reggie Jackson, 1977

.450 BA, 5 HRs (three in one game), 1.792 OPS, 8 RBIs, 10 runs

Paul Molitor, 1993

Paul Molitor, 1993

.500 BA, 2 HRs, 1.571 OPS, 8 RBIs, 10 runs

Randy Johnson, 2001

Randy Johnson, 2001

3-0 in three appearances, one shutout
2 earned runs in 17.1 IP, 19 Ks

Hideki Matsui, 2009

Hideki Matsui, 2009

.615 BA, 3 HRs, 2.027 OPS, 8 RBIs, 3 runs

David Freese, 2011

David Freese, 2011

.348 BA, 1 walk-off HR, 1.160 OPS, 7 RBIs, 4 runs

Pablo Sandoval, 2012

Pablo Sandoval, 2012

.500 BA, 3 HRs, 1.654 OPS, 4 RBIs, 3 runs

David Ortiz, 2013

David Ortiz, 2013

.688 BA, 1.188 OPS, 7 runs, 6 RBIs, 2 HRs

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