Bosox make magical rally, save season
Red Sox Nation is definitely rocking right now.
Down 3 series to 1, seven runs and only seven outs from elimination, Boston Red Sox came back and pulled off the biggest postseason comeback since 1929.
To be exact, Oct. 12, 1929, when the Philadelphia Athletics overcame an eight-run deficit to defeat the Chicago Cubs, 10-8, in Game 4 of the World Series.
It was getting late, fans were leaving and looking towards next season until David Ortiz pounded the ball over the right field fence. With one swing of the bat, he was the catalyst behind the greatest postseason comeback in 80 years.
Down by seven runs and only seven outs from elimination, the defending World Series champions rallied to close their deficit in the AL championship series to 3-2.
I'm a Red Sox fan myself, but I wonder what those diehard bosox fans feel for leaving the stadium or even hitting the sack before the game was over and failed to witness the incredible comeback.
"Curse of the Bambino?" Haven't heard that for a few years, but with the 3-0 series comeback of the Yankees and this 7-0 comeback last night, Babe Ruth has definitely forgiven the RedSox. Now they just need to win couple more games to make it into the World Series. If they lose game 6, the 7-0 comeback would be as useless as the Chicago Cubs.