After their heartbreaking ALCS loss to the New York Yankees off the bat of Aaron Boone in 2003, the Red Sox were once again pitted up against their biggest rival with a trip to the World Series on the line in 2004. Things were supposed to be much different, with Boston taking 11 of the 19 regular season meetings and Curt Schilling now with Pedro Martinez in the Red Sox rotation. But the Yankees jumped out to a 3-0 series lead despite close games in Games 1 and 2, followed by a 19-8 trouncing in Game 3 at Fenway Park.
The Red Sox were all but done, facing their final three outs of the series until Dave Roberts swiped second base in the ninth inning of Game 4. He later came around to score the game-tying run on a Bill Mueller single, and a David Ortiz two-run homer in the bottom of the 12th gave Boston the win — and new life in the series. The Red Sox fought back to win three straight to even the series up at 3-3, bringing us to October 20, 2004 "
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