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Thanks for the congrats, guys. No doubt I deserve it as well, as months of screaming at the television screen like a lunatic contributed to their success.
Three titles in ten years, Red Sox fans have gone from lovable losers to spoiled. I think those of us who are old enough to remember where we came from can appreciate this. That eleven year old Sox fan, I'm not so sure.
I now hope to see the Cubs win one before I die, and Boston every other one, bwa, ha, ha, haaaaaaa! May I live to be 95.
They won on my brother's birthday. He's obviously thrilled. I also let out a rare "fuck yeah" in front of my mother when Victorino hit the bases clearing triple. Also incredible to see how John Lackey's stock in Boston turned around.
A perfect season.
By the way, do you guys remember Cardinals fan Whoa Moe/Boid Brain? The guy who claims he never watched an American League game. I remember he said he never heard of Jon Lester. I betcha that's changed.
The screaming at the TV screen commences. I'm generally a mellow guy, so there's shock when people see me watching a Boston game. This first game I'm watching at home, but the next two will be at bars, so I guess I need to somehow restrain myself.
I'm not really shocked, the Patriots have a few flaws. I'm more disappointed because I really don't like the Jets. (especially Rex Ryan).
The New York Jets just shook up the world....
Jim, here's a present for you.
Speaking of Iggy, such irony that for a guy known for his defense, his error is what opened up this game for us.
By the way, this Xander Boagerts seems like the real deal. He's about 20 or 21 and already has veteran plate discipline and handles himself well in interviews.
It was damn good game to watch. I learned a long time ago to never count Brady out till the clock says 0.