Tom Brady was asked Monday during a weekly radio spot if he hates the Los Angeles Dodgers, who the Boston Red Sox will face in the World Series starting Tuesday night at Fenway Park.
And the New England Patriots quarterback didn’t hold back, saying via Boston.com:
“I do,” Brady said. “I was a [San Francisco] Giants fan growing up, and now I’m a Red Sox fan, so it couldn’t set up any better for the Red Sox to win the World Series, and I think they’re going to do it. It’s going to be a lot of fun to watch. They’ve had an incredible season and we’re all cheering them on.”
The Giants-Dodgers rivalry is one of the biggest in baseball, so it makes sense that Brady, who was born and raised just outside of San Francisco, has never cared for the Dodgers.
Brady, of course, has called Boston home since being drafted by the Patriots in the 2000 NFL Draft and has celebrated a few of their Super Bowl victories at Fenway Park.
So it makes sense again that he’s pulling for the Red Sox… and rooting against the Dodgers.
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