Sox fans say ALCS has been rollercoaster of emotions
BOSTON (WHDH) -- Playoff baseball is always a rollercoaster of emotions, but the ALCS series has been more of a rough ride than most.
In a span of days Red Sox fans have experienced the highest of highs and the lowest of lows.
"We're on the bottom but we’re on our way back up," Alex Coverdill, riding emotions.
After two emotional wins, Sox fans were predicting two more quick wins on the way to the World Series, but now fans are saying even a loss along the way can help.
"I think humility’s a good thing, you know? I don’t think it’s good to get too proud of your accomplishments. I think you take it one game at a time and use it as a learning experience,” said Adam Sloan, sees silver lining in loss.
Of course the Sox had decades of learning before winning the World Series in 2004. That made Sox fans some of the most passionate in sports.
"Being a Red Sox fan, with all the history…it can be emotional at times,” said Tye Smith.
Sox fans insist learning how to deal with that roller coaster of emotions pays off outside the ballpark as well.
“That’s the way life is; life is up, life is down and you got to make good from the bad things,” said Harold Lupton, years of experience.