Brady grateful for success of Boston sports teams

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New England Nation is looking forward to bringing yet another championship trophy home on Sunday. The city of Boston and the region of New England has been so spoiled with championships and winning in recent years, Tom Brady was asked what it means to be a part of that winning culture, especially when World Series MVP Steve Pearce is one of the biggest Patriots fans in the world.

“That’s pretty cool, you know, I think being in Boston for the last 19 years, you know, I’ve just, you follow all these teams, the Celtics, the Red Sox, and the Bruins, and what they’ve done and accomplished, it’s become such a great area. You know, it’s not just Boston, but it’s the whole New England region, and I think we enjoy their success. I mean, how many moments have we had running out on opening day, to throw out first pitches at Fenway, which is another once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, so just, i’m grateful for all the support from all the players in our area. You know, we feel the same way about them, so, hopefully they’re all cheering us on, and you know, again it’s, very cool to be a part of such a unique place at such a unique time,” Brady said.

Of course, Tom Brady is hoping that it will him instead of Steve Pearce, riding on those duck boats in the streets of Boston, early next week.
 

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