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According to Celtics.com’s Peter Stringer, Ray Allen watched the final two outs of Game 4 of the World Series thanks to Tivo. Ray had gone to sleep during the game. While excited for the Red Sox victory, Allen was more interested in the celebration of Jonathan Papelbon and Jason Varitek.
A Quotable from Ray Allen:
“To see the celebration at the end of the year, you live it with them and you understand what a wonderful ride it’s been. The most natural of feelings is when that last strike occurs. [When] Papelbon threw his glove in the air, that right there is the most raw emotion when you’ve won. Everything that you’ve done, that you’ve played for, is for that moment right there.”