2008: Red Sox come back from being down 7-0 in ALCS: The seventh inning of Game 5 of the 2008 ALCS series found the Red Sox down 7-0 to Tampa Bay until Dustin Pedroia hit a two-strike, two-out single and drove in Jed Lowrie with Boston's first run of the game. The Sox continued to stay alive as David Ortiz went on to hit a three-run home run, Jonathan Papelbon threw a 1-2-3 eighth inning, J.D. Drew connected on a two-run homer, and Coco Crisp stroked a two-out single that scored Mark Kotsay with the tying run, making the score 7-7 going into the ninth inning.
Drew followed with his second straight clutch hit, stroking a single to right field that scored Kevin Youkilis, who was on second, with the winning run. It was the biggest postseason comeback in 79 years.