Grantland published a blog from staff writer Charles P. Pierce today about the 2012 Red Sox season coming to an end. It reminded Pierce of the seasons 50 years past where he'd watch the games with his grandfather cursing at the TV and sucking down Gansett's and Unfiltered Camels. The piece opens with, "It's weeks like this that I miss my grandfather, and he's been dead since 1965. Unfiltered Camels and quart-bottles of Narragansett Lager finally got him one afternoon in the parking lot of the sign-painting company he owned in downtown Worcester, Massachusetts." said Pierce and later saying, "I was his regular Sunday companion for the last five of those years. Well, me and the quart of 'Gansett and the cigarettes, anyway." Pierce goes on comparing how this year's historical low was not unlike those back then. The only difference were the Nichols and May commercials from Narragansett. They kept things comical between innings. We might not be advertising during the games this season, but at least you can still enjoy a 'Gansett during them. And you can always watch the videos on Youtube. Read more on Grantland's site. And someone please get Mr. Pierce a Gansett to thank him for this great article.