2003 ALCS: Yankees over Red Sox, 4-3
It got worse for the Red Sox before it got better. Aaron Boone’s 11th-inning home run off of Tim Wakefield in Game 7 was the capper, but Sox fans will never forgive manager Grady Little for leaving a tiring Pedro Martinez in the game in the eighth inning. New York scored three runs off Martinez to tie the game before Boone won it in the 11th. Boston fans were used to crushing losses, but this may have been the low point.