...because on my DVD Boxset A & E did not see fit to include the FOX pregame show, which includes the video montage of Red Sox history set to Five For Fighting's "100 Years". Also, no official DVDs have the channel 38 special newscast before the World Series, the Boston Globe Pregame Report from NESN, and all the other montages therein that have long since been ripped from YouTube.
The VHS tape I have marked "RED SOX WS GM 4" wasn't long enough to get all the pregame and postgame programming at both ends plus the game, so we set it to record at slow speed. Hence the sound is scrambly and weird. And the picture is...well. Subpar.
But on it Tom Caron and Bob Tewksbury are repeating in unison, "Faith is believing when common sense tells you not to."
And then a little while later, Jerry Remy joins Caron and Tewksbury on the pregame show.
Wow. I just realized what a complete dweeb I sound like. If it helps, I only break this stuff out in cases of extreme emergency. Like, say, a maddening, interminable, empty day off right after an anticlimax of an Opening Day.