Congratulations Boston

Congratulations Boston on your well-deserved World Series victory tonight. It’s been 86 years and you deserve every ounce of credit for the most amazing comeback in baseball history.

Coming into the Series, one would have thought Boston’s toughest task would be getting by the Cardinals. Instead, it turned out to be getting through the 7th inning of tonight’s game when someone inexplicably let the lead singer of Creed on the field to sing God Bless America.

Such a shame to have to share the spotlight with Scott Stapp.

I smell another curse…

7 comments on “Congratulations Boston”. Leave your own?
  1. Mike D. says:

    I knew that was Jimmy Fallon I saw kissing Drew Barrymore on the field as the Red Sox celebrated! The whole time I was thinking “What the hell is he doing on the field?!” Lost Remote explains that it was all being filmed as part of a movie.

    How bizarre.

  2. Gordon says:

    I’m from the UK but have been reading about this curse (, fascinating stuff. And congrats to the Sox, been a long time coming!

  3. Jeremy Flint says:

    EX-lead singer.

    Either way, Creed and Stapp still suck.

  4. Karim says:

    It just doesn’t get any better than this! What an unbelievable series. As a lifelong Red Sox fan, I hope I can always remember how good this feels, just in case it doesn’t happen again for a while :)

  5. Web says:

    I am savoring as much as possible, next time they win the pennant .. I will be 111 years old.

    Who would have thought Mark Bellhorn would have been intentionally walked because he was smacking more longballs than Jenna Jameson.

    Not me.

  6. One for the ages

    So many people have come and gone
    Their faces fade as the years go by
    Yet I still recall as I wander on
    As clear as the sun in the summer sky
    – Boston “More Than A Feeling”

    Well, it finally has happened. That is the best I can sum up winning o…

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