‘Win One 4 The Red Sox’ goes inside the mind of a die-hard Sox fan.
For many, the Red Sox are the only reason to get out of bed in the morning and winning is all that matters. It’s what they spend each waking moment thinking about. Quality of life is measured by whether the Sox won that day, or not.
The music video takes you inside the park so viewers can experience that immediate vibe of walking through Fenway Park.
Inspired by a native Bostonian and a graduate of Boston University now residing in California - The Mazzzzzz wrote this song straight out of his own life experiences.
Like the Red Sox, he has seen his share of tragedy as well as triumph. At the age of 7 Mazzzzzz’s father passed away shortly after being diagnosed with cancer. It was a time when it felt like all hope was gone and life had no meaning. But the Red Sox were always there to take his mind off the ‘real world’. Fenway Park was a place to escape for a few hours at a time, a place to cheer, a place to be a kid.
For young Sox fans out there battling cancer, sometimes rooting for the Red Sox is a better medicine than anything a doctor could prescribe. Which is why a portion of CD sales will go towards the Boston area pediatric cancer care - giving kids that extra bit of strength to beat the disease they battle daily.
As historic Fenway Park celebrates it’s 100th year, this song represents the strength and endurance that it stands for… and the fans that have endured the same.
Red Sox Fans know winning isn’t easy, but with a lot of love, great determination and perhaps a song… we can conquer anything - even cancer.