As we all learned last year with the Red Sox, late-season collapse doesnt always bring out the best in people. In fact, you can be pretty much guarantee it will bring out the very worst.
The Sox are back at Fenway tonight, for the first time in 11 days, and on the heels of a road trip that saw as many wins as it did times the manager threatened to punch a radio host in the mouth.
I was at Fenway last night, and by looking at the crowd you never would have guessed that they were cheering for a team thats four games under .500.
A family wedding in New York prevented me from seeing most of this weekends mess at Fenway, but I could have been on Mars and still felt the frustration.
The best part of any walk-off home run is the celebration.
Its bigger than the home run itself. Its bigger than the victory. The walk-off celebration is bigger than baseball!