Red Sox Ortiz Game 4 Walk-Off Print
The ’04 Red Sox were dead in the water. Done. The Yankees were three outs from sweeping Boston to reach the World Series (again). On the mound: the unstoppable Mariano Rivera. The situation couldn’t have been scripted better for New York. Until things flipped in Boston’s favor.
The Sox got the Sandman to allow the game-tying run after Dave Roberts swiped second and raced home on a single. In the 12th inning, David Ortiz was facing Paul Quantrill’s 2-1 pitch — a pitch he launched into right field to give Boston some hope. Five hours after first pitch, the Red Sox were still alive. The unlikely win jolted the team to the greatest comeback in sports history, and David Ortiz was at the forefront of it all. After his heroic blast to keep the Sox’s season going, Big Papi ripped a walk-off double the next night in Game 5.
High Quality Art Print, printed on Epson Enhanced Matte Inkjet Paper using an Epson P-6000.
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