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From Babe Ruth to Bucky Dent to being down three-games-to-none in the 2004 ALCS, there is no rivalry in all of sports that can match the intensity of the one between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees.
The new millennium has brought renewed vigor to this annual summer showdown so steeped in history as now it truly is a rivalry between two equal foes. Everything about the new age of this rivalry can be found from the years 2003 to 2005, and Red Sox vs. Yankees: The Ultimate Rivalry does just that, with superior access, exclusive interviews, incredible footage and players wired for sound.
There is no rivalry in baseball quite like the one that takes place in the shadow of The Bleacher Creatures and The Green Monster. And there is no more in-depth coverage of the 21st century version of this rivalry, than Red Sox vs. Yankees: The Ultimate Rivalry.
Packed with Special Features!
Red Sox Fan? Let Terry Francona walk you through the rivalry!
Yankees Fan? Joe Torre would be happy to give you his side of the story!
With the push of a button, choose your narrator!
1949 Newsreel Final Weekend of Regular Season 2004 ALCS Game 7, Final Out & Celebration 2001 Carl Everett Breaks Up Mike Mussinas Perfect Game 1986 Roger Clemens 20 Strikeouts (Final Two Ks in Game) 2003 Roger Clemens 4,000th Strikeout & 300th Win July 1, 2004, Red Sox vs. Yankees Game Highlights Safe At Home Foundation PSA
Great video, and excellent history to the rivalry itself. I really enjoy this video, and I loved the playoff coverage from 2004. Read morePublished on August 9, 2013 by Jason Welch
Shipping was not quick by any means necessary since it arrived 2 days prior to the max time Amazon gives a sender before you should complain, etc. Read morePublished on March 12, 2009 by James C. Lipscomb
Although this is the best rivalry in sports, it has been one-sided over the years. So, I think they went overboard covering the one real success the Red Sox have had--2004. Read morePublished on October 26, 2006 by Tim DelVecchio