Rabid Red Sox fans transform homes

Inside Michelle Gomes' home in Providence is a room that's been her labor of love.

"I don't know what I was doing when I started but I am so pleased with the way it came out. And he is so pleased at the way it came out," she said.

The he Gomes referred to his her 7-year-old son Logan.

The whole family are huge Boston Red Sox fans. Gomes was there to see them make their way to the World Series.

"Beyond excited. I was there Saturday night with my daughter - laughing, crying, cheering. It was amazing," she said.

And when it came to recreating Fenway Park's scoreboard on Logan's bedroom wall, she chose the game where Boston beat the New York Yankees in Game 4 of the AL championship series.

"Never really any doubt in my mind, Game 4 of the 2004 ALCS," Gomes aid.

In East Providence, Jeff Pagano has transformed his finished basement into a Red Sox fan paradise.

"I've been a life-long fan. All this stuff on the wall I've collected since I was 5 years old, if not younger," he said.

Pagano's basement has everything from Green Monster green paint on the walls to banners and even coasters with infield dirt.

Both Gomes and Pagano have empty spaces on the walls of their Red Sox rooms, ready to hang a 2013 World Series banner to add to their collection.