Fans Back In Boston
Special Report: Fans Back In Boston
Red Sox fans arriving back here in Boston are excited and exhausted. Many started celebrating late last night and haven't stopped yet.
They may have lost their voice cheering on the Sox. But the fans are still glowing.
Pamela McGrane, Traveled to Game 4
"Words can't describe being there and the feeling you got it was just overwhelming.. overwhelming."
Sal Mirabella, Traveled to Game 4
"Years in the making. Wake up, Babe Ruth - we finally did it. Yankees are at home crying. I love it."
Hundreds of fans who paid big bucks to be in St. Louis as the Sox were crowned World Champions arrive back on home turf. They say the Sox played like they were charmed, rather than jinxed.
Someone must love little Peter Morris. He saw the big win... the best part for him.
Peter Morris, Traveled to Game 4
"When Johnny Damon hit the homerun in the first inning and everyone was going crazy."
Ben Rosenzweig, Traveled to Game 4
"It was just mayhem. Everyone was jumping - it was so exciting. We stayed hour and half watching them party."
Sox supporters say this is a new day in Boston and a new age in Red Sox Nation and this time no one is heartbroken.
John Anastos, Traveled to Game 4
"There is nothing right now that can dampen my spirits everything is beautiful every thing is complete. Now I can go back to business and live my real life again. This has been like a fantasy trip especially for me."
Half a dozen charter flights from St. Louis will be arriving here at Logan today. That's more than 600 Sox fans who are happy to be back in Boston to celebrate with the new world champions.