It's hard to believe, but it was 35 years ago today that the Red Sox and Reds played game 6 of the World Series. Arguably the most significant game in baseball history, it ended just after midnight with Carlton Fisk hitting a 12th-inning home run off the foul pole in left.
I still remember where I was: sitting on the floor in front of our tv in Kettering, Ohio. Every day at school I was surrounded by Reds fans, but I liked Yaz and the Sox.
Makes me feel old.