Red Sox fans gather at Medford, Mass. sports bar for WS Game 6

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October 30, 2013, 8:05 pm
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(NECN: Jackie Bruno, Medford, Mass.) - Fans at Caroll's in Medford, Mass. filed in early to get their seats to watch the Red Sox in World Series Game 6.

"It's tonight," said fan Susan Penta. It's gonna be tonight. I can feel it."

"It's a pretty evenly matched group of fellows, and they seem to be enjoying it, but Boston's better," Bob Penta said of the St. Louis Cardinals.

The Red Sox lead the Cardinals 3-2 and can clinch the World Series at home Wednesday night for the first time since 1918.

"They came from where they were last year, and everybody was ridiculing them, to where they are today," said Paul Donato. "It shows you that comebacks and perseverance and coordination can make it happen."

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