What was supposed to be a story book ending to a fairytale career, ended up being Cinderella having to go home early. David Ortiz and the Boston Red Sox were picked by many to represent the AL in the World Series, what many forgot was that the road through the AL was harder than originally thought. The Red Sox had one of the best lineups in baseball, but their pitching was not as strong as the Indians, especially when it came to the bullpen. Porcello, Price, and Buchholtz all failed to throw at least 5 innings in their starts, where as all the Indians starters threw for at least 5 innings except Trevor Bauer who threw 4 2/3 innings. The Indians also have the advantage of Andrew Miller and Cody Allen in the back of their bullpen who can get them the last 10 outs of a game in dominant fashion. The Indians were just the better team, everyone overlooked them because they aren't a flashy bunch and after all they are a Cleveland team so maybe that's why everyone counted them out, but everyone who watched this series knows the Indians were bringing it to the Red Sox, and the Red Sox couldn't handle them. Now, as for Big Papi having played his last game, I'm ecstatic, I don't give two shits if people think he was a legend, and people telling me that I should miss him because of what he brought to the game, or whatever other sentimental bullshit you might try to throw at me, I don't care. I really don't, David Ortiz put a gun to my Yankees head multiple times, and pulled the trigger with no remorse. So to see this Yankee murderer out of the league is a blessing, I'll be able to sleep much easier at night in October now. I'm also hoping for the post-Ortiz Red Sox to be a lot like the pre-Ortiz Red Sox, irrelevant losers. All in all, very happy to see the Indians knock the Red Scums out of the playoffs, and the cherry on top was seeing every Sox fan watch their franchises greatest player come up short in his final hours.