Sox Win!!

<p>WOOT! (My teams were gone a long time ago Dodgers and Angels).. Root for the underdog, series is now 3-1.</p>

<p>Even a blind squirrel finds an acorn every once in a while...</p>

<p>Regardless, hats off to the Sox (from a Yankees fan, no less!) for not giving up even with defeat staring them in the face. Perhaps this series has some life yet...tomorrow afternoon can't come soon enough!</p>

<p>do any of you sox fans honestly think they will win the next 3 games? I mean honestly now..</p>

<p>Do you remember the NLCS from last year? I sure as hell do. Don't get too complacent.</p>

<p>It would be classic Red Sox action to take it to game 7 and lose.</p>

<p>The Sox should and will (fingers crossed, candles burning, praying, wishing and hoping) win!</p>

<p>Ortiz is just amazing. Did anyone else see Jeter's jump catch and then tag? Wow... just wow.</p>

<p>I believe.</p>

<p>Do you?</p>

<p>Wow. They're kicking til the very last breath, aren't they.</p>

<p>go sox! go sox! go sox!</p>

<p>Come On Sox!!!!!!!!</p>

<p>Game 7 is coming. What now Yanks.</p>

<p>And on to game 7!</p>

<p>RaboKarabekian: "It would be classic Red Sox action to take it to game 7 and lose."</p>

<p>I could not agree with that more. The Red Sox are cursed. There's no way they're going to win tomorrow. GO YANKEES!</p>

<p>How can anyone support the Yankees, except people from New York? I mean, they're the team with the biggest payroll, the most prominant players, and a history of winning the world series too damn many times. They are the classic "bad guys," whereas the Red Sox are the classic "tragic heroes."</p>

<p>GO RED SOX!!!</p>

<p>People hate the Yankees because they're never the underdog...Americans, despite that fact that they are citizens of the most powerful nation in the world, love rooting for the underdog. That's why people hate the Yankees. All that money and talent stuff is just an offshoot of that.</p>

<p>Look for another dramatic Yankees win in Game 7...the ghosts will show up sooner or later...</p>

<p>Of course people like to root for the underdog. What's the fun in rooting for a team that wins all the time? How can you celebrate a victory that was likely to happen?</p>

<p>Also, if you're going to bring the whole American persona thing into it, the US was the underdog for most of its history, so it makes sense. We had always been the hics out west- not worthy of the high culture of Europe, nor powerful enough to be taken seriously (until WWI, anyway).</p>

<p>We haven't been an underdog since the Alamo. And all that much wasn't at stake. We lost a building at the Battle of the Alamo. The Mexicans lost Texas in the war.</p>

<p>Anyways, the fact is, we haven't been an underdog since long before our grandparents' time, yet we still like to think of the little-me-against-the-big-world idea. That's why the Sox and Cubs are so appealing despite their lack of World Series championships. Conversely, that is why the Yankees are so reviled.</p>

<p>It's all fine and dandy to root for the underdog...just try not to antagonize the favorites by accusing them of doing stuff they didn't do ("buying World Series").</p>

<p>Regardless, may the best team win...</p>

<p>Why not us?</p>

<p>Yea Red Sox!!!!</p>

<p>At the very least they have already made history being the only team to win three games after being down 3-0.</p>

<p>I hope they can have another history by winning it all!!!!</p>

<p>BTW, Schilling was awesome.</p>