There was something different this time around when the Boston Red Sox clinched their third World Series in the last decade.
No, it wasn't because they won it at Fenway Park, for the first time since 1918.
There was a distinct, booming voice missing. There was no Carl Beane behind the microphone of Fenway's public-address system as Koji Uehara jumped into the arms of David Ross after he struck out Matt Carpenter of the Cardinals to end Game 6.
This would have been Beane's third championship since the Agawam native landed his dream job as Red Sox PA man in 2003. read full story