Congratulations, Kathi Travers.
Better luck next year, Patty Stewart. Sorry your Cardinals came up short in the World Series but how about those Blues? Looking like contenders for the Stanley Cup this season!
For Travers, it's been quite a roller coaster ride this year. Prince George's best-known Boston girl is back in town after her exile for most of this year in Blind Bay, Washington. That shouting you may have heard Thursday night was her cheering for her beloved Red Sox as they won their third World Series in 10 years and their first at home at Fenway Park since 1918.
It was a glorious triumph for Boston (pronounced "BOW-ston" but say it through your nose, not your throat), the baseball, the city, all New England residents and the departed ones like Travers.
The Red Sox finished last year in last place but are World Series champions again.
All of Boston's teams have played with heavy hearts this year, after three people were killed and more than 250 injured during the Boston Marathon bombing.
The city rallied under the Boston Strong phrase. The Red Sox wore the logo on their left sleeves all season long and mowed the logo into the grass at centre field at Fenway.
The city didn't have to wait long for Boston Strong to manifest itself. Almost a month to the day after the bombing, the beloved Bruins pulled off one of the most unlikeliest Game 7 comebacks ever. Behind 4-1 with 10 minutes to play in Game 7 against the Toronto Maple Leafs and still down two goals with less than two minutes to play, the Bruins tied it and then won it in overtime.
Although the Bruins eventually fell to the Chicago Blackhawks in the the Stanley Cup final, Boston was back, as loud and proud as ever.
Some overzealous writers and commentators have unfortunately said the Red Sox win is easing the wounds caused by the bombing. Only in the world of sports journalism can a group of millionaire men winning a child's game somehow soothe the pain of three people dying and dozens who survived the attack but are now missing limbs.
Both events are historic but only one of them is actually important.
Nevertheless, the Red Sox victory and the incredible spring run of the Bruins is emblematic of the Boston community's resiliency and its refusal to be forever tarnished by tragedy.
So good on ya, Boston.
Still haven't forgiven you for breaking my heart two years ago in Game 7 against the Canucks but the weekly therapy goes well, thanks for asking.