Tonight the Baseball World Series moves back to Cleveland for the last 2 games (if needed).
The Cleveland Indians have not won this since 1948! That's 68 years.
I've been following their opponents though - the Chicago Cubs. I lived there for nearly 3 years, my son was born there... and well, I have witnessed their pain. Plus, they haven't won it for 107 years.
A couple of nights ago, the Cubs won the last game they had a home. It was then that something very special happened.
The commentators just stopped talking. The cameras panned the crowed. It was a scene that did not need any commentary.
And remember this: When teams win the World Cup, an individual wins gold, or a man walks on the moon for the first time - there is always commentary - some of it planned, some of it spontaneous.
But on Sunday night, when the Cubs won game 5 (not even the whole thing), no commentary was needed, or uttered.
Why? Because 10's of thousands inside the park, and many many more outside the park started singing. Together. When you've waited this long for something, and it means that much to your community... it shows.
And while clearly not everyone knew all the words(!), when it came to the chorus and everyoen one sang loud, with passion and pathos, and in unison as a baseball community wandering for so long... well... the sound sent chills down my spine.
One day, millions and millions of onlookers and participants are going to gather on the Sea of Glass, people who have been through a lot, for so long... and we are going to sing.
It is going to be... well, you know what..? There are no words. The commentators will fall silent, and all Gods children will sing.
Click here for a little look at the tv coverage.
And click below for one fans look at it all.