Originally posted by PeterStorkSection 127, Row 8, Seat 21, next to the Cardinals bullpen.
It was just a blur - both times they tied it, but especially the home run to center. The stands turned into a rave, everyone jumping up and down, the girls in red wigs two rows down crying - CRYING - and that was just Freese's hit in the bottom of the ninth.
Everyone was floating walking out of the ballpark, and the only thing that makes me happier than the memories is that I get to go again tonight. My god.
I'm not sure there is a happier place on earth than a baseball stadium when the home team wins via walk-off in a World Series game.
Great series, especially Game 6. Game 6 was like a comedy of what NOT to do in a Baseball game (example; getting picked off at third....by the catcher....and spraining your wrist in the process), quickly turning into "this is what Baseball should be".
Waiting for PeterStork to recover so we can find out what it was like in the stadium.
Congrats to the Cardinals and their fans.
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You can disprove it all you want, but people will still believe it. If the pitcher thinks a guy is a clutch hitter, it tenses them up. Hell, even if they think a guy ISN'T a clutch hitter, he might ease up a bit much and then get taken yard.