By Jason Klein
I love watching the Yankees win.
I also love watching sports history made.
This puts me in an uncomfortably conflicted position for tonight’s Game 6 in Boston.
There’s nothing more satisfying than a “Wow” moment in sports. I crave those “stop whatever you’re doing and watch this” type of events.
Tonight, we potentially get one of them at Fenway Park. With a win, the Red Sox would knock off the St. Louis Cardinals to clinch their first World Series Championship at home since 1918.
In 2004, the Curse-breaking barrage of “Idiots” (their term, not mine) capped off their title on the road, in St. Louis. Three years later, they stormed the field as champions again, this time in Denver. The last time they turned the trick at home, Babe Ruth, no doubt, enjoyed a few celebratory cold ones.
Needless to say, it’s been a while since Red Sox fans witnessed history made in their own backyard.
Root, root, root for the Red Sox tonight?
I don’t know if I’ll go that far.
But, there’s a chance to witness something that hasn’t happened in 95 years!
If they don’t win it’s a shame.
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