Many Boston fans spent their Sunday morning looking for anything with the Red Sox logo.
NBC 10 went to Dick's Sporting Goods in Warwick where a steady stream of people were looking for paraphernalia, even New York fan Eileen Cullinane
"I'm a Yankee's fan, but I'm rooting for the Red Sox now. Gotta get (dad) a shirt," she said.
Mother of the year may go to Claire Charette, whose son can't find a Red Sox shirt to save his life because he lives in Maryland.
She told NBC 10 he's coming up for Thanksgiving, but that she plans on sending a shirt to him now as a surprise.
Dick's opened at 7 a.m. and had people waiting to get their hands on Red Sox stuff.
Lou Auger even grew a beard to support the team.
"I even grew a beard, I've never had a beard before in my life," he said.
Now, Lou needs something to wear with that beard.
"Probably a hat, couple of shirts, and then I'll come back for World Series championship," Auger said.