J.D. Martinez helds the Commissioner's Trophy as the Red Sox were honored before a Patriots game last November. (Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)
BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Boston sports fans are spoiled.
I know, tell you something you don't know.
We remember what the Red Sox did in Los Angeles in October—and then the Patriots in Atlanta in February—and, as a result, we've got an historic day on the way at Fenway Park for the Sox' home opener Tuesday.
CEO Sam Kennedy confirmed Boston plans to celebrate both the World Series and Super Bowl titles when the Red Sox return from the West Coast.
The Pats have brought the Lombardi trophy to Fenway for five openers, but never while the Sox were celebrating their own championship and receiving their souvenir rings, so this will be unique—and a whole lot of fun.
These teams have combined to win a whopping 10 titles since the winter of 2002.
Did I mention the Bruins and Celtics begin their playoff runs next week?
Yeah, we've got it pretty good.
WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman (@AdamMKaufman) reports