The Red Sox haven't clinched a World Series at home since World War I, though you have to assume the delirious mobs tearing the city apart in 2004 and 2007 weren't discerning the location of where their championships had been won.
Still, though. It's a big deal. Boston has all that history, and things. How about that curse? That was crazy. Woooo. Also, beards.
So naturally, everybody wants to be there Wednesday night when the Red Sox potentially bring this whole thing to a close. And because being there is something everybody wants, it's going to cost them most of their checking accounts to be there.
A Boston-area ticket broker has some thoughts on this, given his occupation and geographic location. And he doesn't think the $900 bleacher seats are going to be good sells for excited parents trying to bring their kids to the game: