It only took a hilarious MLB commercial to make me realize how much I'm going to miss the Red Sox this postseason. 

Watch as thespian extraordinaire, Bryan Cranston, does a phenomenal job acting out famous plays throughout MLB postseason history, like Kirk Gibson's World Series walk-off home run from '88 or that obviously overrated Derek Jeter cutoff play from 2001.

Pedro Martinez even makes a cameo, hoisting the World Series trophy during a scene involving ballet lessons.

To be honest, I haven't followed the Red Sox at all this year. I think I watched one game in it's entirety but there's something to be said about the MLB postseason. There's nothing like it; and to not have the Red Sox in it is making me pout.

Are you going to miss the Red Sox this October, or will you just wait for next year?