The Red Sox have not won a World Series championship in front of their own fans since 1918, with "The Curse" finally broken back in 2004 this is the last piece missing from the puzzle.
Boston, you get the World Series back. Better yet, you have two chances at finally winning one in Fenway Park instead of watching the Red Sox celebrate elsewhere. The St. Louis Cardinals slipped up at home and may have let the series slip away period.
Except for one last curse, one remaining piece of all those suffering years without a championship left to rid you of, that is; winning the World Series in Boston at Fenway Park, the place you alone call “America’s Most Beloved Ballpark.”
You remember what I am talking about Boston. 1967 (a great year if you ask me) these same St. Louis Cardinals won it in game 7 here as did the Cincinnati Reds in 1975 when “The Big Red Machine” won it there in another game 7 loss for you.
After waiting since 1918 to see your Red Sox win it at home let alone win it at all again (2004) game 6 takes place tomorrow with a shot at ending everything that has haunted you for so very long. With all of that history, my guess is that Boston will want to close this out tomorrow and avoid game 7. Game 7 of the World Series in Boston has been a bad thing and like any game 7, anything can happen.
All of Boston will be riding the right arm of pitcher John Lackey who said, “It’s not a great place to pitch.” St. Louis fans rest their hopes to get to that game 7 on the youthful and talented arm of St. Louis rookie Michael Wacha.
History says to win tomorrow Boston, win it tomorrow.