Red Sox Nation: Four Days in October

In honor of pitchers and catchers officially reporting in on Monday, I’ve decided it’s time for a baseball post. I grew up in Massachusetts, meaning I was born a Boston Red Sox fan. It’s in my blood. I was raised on bed time stories of greats like Ted Williams, Carl Yastremski, and Bobby Doer.  No Red Sox fan (or Yankees fan) can forget the 2004 American League Championship Series. Down 3-0 in the series to the New York Yankees, the Sox rallied to clinch the 2004 ALCS and would go on to win the the World Series. There’s a magic in baseball, and it was shown in abundance at Fenway Park that night the Sox won game 4 of the ALCS. I was 12 years old at the time and remember being allowed to stay up late to watch to the game. The momentum that carried Boston to come back and take the series all stemmed from one play. Check it out here in ESPN’s Four Days in October:

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