Found November 02, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
Move over Tom Brady, David Ortiz is the king of Boston for the time being. It’s quite fitting that “Started From The Bottom” was the song of choice, since the Red Sox were in dead last place just a season ago and now they’re on top. You got to be happy for the city of Boston after what they’ve been through.
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