Red Sox fans keep the faith after Game 2 loss
BOSTON (WHDH) -- Although the game did not go our way it was still a magical night at Fenway. The stars were out: Cameron Diaz and a bearded Jon Hamm were spotted in the stands. Although Gamm’s beard was not for us - as the madman is a St. Louis native and fan.
Musical star James Taylor with deep New England roots sang the national anthem.
Throwing the first pitch? A field of dreams, guys from the 2004 team - that reversed the curse.
The highlight for many came during the 7th inning stretch. James Taylor returned with another group. He was flanked by families of the victims and some survivors from the Boston Marathon bombings.
Fans were fired up by the high points of play. Pedrioa and Papi were shining once again.
But his homer could not compensate for the errors. But even on a cold night in Boston, fans were keeping warm and keeping the faith.
“I think we're gonna win. I think we're gonna win the series in six,” said fan Pat McGovern.
The Sox take on the Cardinals in St. Louis on Saturday for Game 3.