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Unformatted text preview: This was a major part of history in my life because I had never seen a sport bring so many people together as one. Boston was so used to the Sox blowing it. They were always expected to fall to the Yankees. In the 2003 season, the Sox made it to the ALCS series to face the Yankees. Both teams battled it out to 7 games. It came down to the bottom of the eleventh. Aaron Boone came to the plate with no outs. The score was all tied up at five. Pedro Martinez delivered with a fastball, and Boone exploded on it. The Yankees had defeated the Red Sox, once again. Red Sox fans everywhere were devastated. No one could talk about the game the next day. It was like talking about a death in the family or something....
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- Spring '08