2003 ALCS, Game 7: Red Sox at Yankees
Boston Red Sox 5 at New York Yankees 6, F/11 — All that was on the line was a trip to the World Series. The starting pitchers? Merely two of the greats of their generation in Roger Clemens and Pedro Martinez, who brought a combined nine Cy Young Awards into this epic showdown. The teams? Just the Red Sox and Yankees, epic rivals for decades. When they met for a decisive Game 7 at a juiced-up Yankee Stadium, it seemed impossible that the Red Sox and Yankees could live up to a game that was hyped like few others. True enough, it didn’t live up to the hype. Instead, it was even better than advertised. And when Aaron Boone stepped to the plate in the 11th inning, the “Curse of the Bambino” swirled in the rafters.
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