Red Sox believe they're not dead yet
October, 15, 2008
BOSTON -- It might have been worse in 2004. At that point it was 12 months after the Aaron Boone homer, the Yankees were up 3-0 after a horrendous 19-8 loss in Game 3, and before the fourth game Kevin Millar did his rounds. "They'd better not let us back in," Millar told anyone who would listen. "If we win tonight, we have Pedro [Martinez] going in Game 5, [Curt] Schill[ing] in six, and if we get to a seventh game anything could happen." That's why athletes aren't talk-show callers. They think that way.