The tears are welling in my eyes even though my tear ducts barely work. I haven't been this happy in a long time.
I've been waiting for this since I was ten years old. No one believed in us. Even now, ESPN ranks the team 7th in baseball, despite having the best record in all of baseball.
Seeing the team celebrate in the locker room is awe-inspiring. I will treasure this feeling for a long time, and hope that it goes even longer into October.
I just saw Baltimore native Al Kaline - Mr. Tiger - doused with champagne and beaming like a little kid even though he's in his seventies. Todd Jones is weeping. Marlboro Man-slash-Manager of the Year Jim Leyland is teary-voiced. I am so happy.
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