Patriots head coach Bill Belichick knows how to support his favorite team, and Fox Sports decided to give him the honor to narrate the intro for the World Series.
The Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers started this year’s edition of the Fall Classic, and the patriots head coach welcomed fans during Fox’s opening video. Bill Belichick voiced the network’s intro into the World Series.
“How do you make history? You win. Championships. Not once, not twice, you win again and again. … Everything you do, everyday is about winning. There are few organizations in history that have created a tradition of winning.
Here are two, from two cities that have experienced success in every major sport. Through the years the players have changed, but the commitment, the ambition, the goal has not. It’s been like this for more than a century. These two teams now play for a ring, a championship, history,” Belichick said in the voicecover.
The head coach was honored to narrate the opening video, and he could not hide his excitement during the conference call. Well, he is one of the greatest fans of the Red Sox, and that means a lot.
“It was awesome. I was honored they asked me to do it. The World Series is one of the great sporting events in this country, and has great tradition to it, especially with these two franchises. I’m very humbled to have been asked to participate in that. Look forward to watching some of it,” he said.
We saw Belichick at a few Red Sox games this season. He really likes the 2018 squad, and is sure happy for their success. When asked about any words of encouragement, Belichick said that the team does not need any. “Whatever they need to do, they can do. Hit, pitch, run, play defense, take pitches. They’re good.”