Pedro Martinez’s noble outing in the 2003 ALCS proves to be not enough. The coaching staff regrettably kept him in for too long.
Jorge Posada is pumped after he ties the game with his double.
Pedro Martinez takes down New York coach Don Zimmer in a brawl during the 2003 ALCS.
Aaron Boone rips Boston's hearts out as he hits a walk off home run in game 7 of the 2003 ALCS against the Red Sox.
Derek Jeter lays out for a foul ball against the Red Sox in a regular season game.
A Boston fan cheers on his team as the Red Sox "Cowboy Up" in 2004
Mike Lowell breaks up a double play by tackling infielder Robinson Cano[/caption]
A-Rod intentionally slaps the ball out of the glove of the Boston Pitcher. Like a girl.
A-Rod and Jason Varitek fight in a bench clearing brawl during the 2004 ALCS
Curt Schilling's "Bloody Sock" game in the 2004 ALCS against the NY Yankees was one of the most memorable moments in the rivalry. He pitched in game 6 of the ALCS with a badly injured ankle. He won the game and forced a game 7. Boston won game 7 and completed the greatest comeback in sports history.
Big Papi hits one of his many walk off home-runs against the Yankees. This one in the 2004 ALCS
Dave Roberts pinch runs in game 7 of the 2004 ALCS. The world knows that he's stealing. He goes and he's..... Safe! He eventually scores the winning run that sends the Red Sox into the World Series.
Capping the "Greatest Comeback Ever"
The Red Sox 'band of idiots' celebrate after they win their first World Series in 86 years . They beat the St. Louis Cardinals in 2004.
Manny being Manny after the 2004 World Series victory
Boston Pitcher Ryan Dempster hits the hated Alex Rodriguez on purpose in a regular season game that has high stakes in 2013.
If you are a Red Sox or Yankee fan and you read this blog post and you didn't get the chills, there is something wrong with you. I'm a Red Sox fan and every time that I think about 2004, I can't stop smiling. Go Red Sox!
This post was written before the 2013 MLB Playoffs. David Ortiz's grand slam in game two of the ALCS and his unbelievable World Series would definitely make this list.