Game 1 of the World Series was full of action, including celebrity sightings, terrible clothing, bearded children and even a controversial play. Let's take a look at the best and worst of Wednesday's Series opener from Fenway Park.

Most challenging play for umpires to call: This double-play attempt by Cardinals shortstop Pete Kozma led to a controversial call by second-base umpire Dana DeMuth that was later reversed, leaving the bases loaded for Boston. Mike Napoli followed with a double, scoring all three baserunners in the next at-bat.

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Most casual way to rob a grand slam: Carlos Beltran did not go the way of Torii Hunter when he robbed this second-inning granny. In fact, he made it look pretty easy -- like taking candy from a stadium full of babies. ... Beltran ended up leaving the game an out later and was taken to a local hospital for X-rays and a CT scan, which came back negative. However, Beltran is day to day.

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Most mesmerizing game-face: Mike Carp shows his focus and determination in one facial expression, held for what seems like an impossible amount of time.

Best diving catch by a bearded-man: Johnny Gomes put his beard to work as he cushioned a blow with his face while laying out to make a grab.

Best tweet from Old Hoss Radbourn:

"Radbourn, Radbourn, Radbourn." - my skipper F. Bancroft, setting a record for fastest answer to a question about a World's Series rotation.

-- Old Hoss Radbourn (@OldHossRadbourn) October 23, 2013

Worst shirt worn by a former Boston Red Sox player who won a World Series in 2004 and notoriously referred to his own team as the "idiots": Kevin Millar (right).

Most patriotic bearded child: This little guy.

Best celebrity teeth in attendance: Matt Damon. Or is it really his brother, Pat Damon?

We can't wait for Game 2.

The original article can be found at FOXSports.com: WS awards: Best, worst from Game 1.