The Red Sox took full advantage of Mariano Rivera’s last regular season game at Fenway Park by not only showering him with gifts but sending him packing with a thoughtful reminder of Game 4 of the 2004 ALCS.
Rivera was the Yankees closer during the Red Sox’s last hope of turning around the series when they were down 4-3 facing elimination in Game 4. That game probably will be the Red Sox’s fondest memory of the Hall of Fame closer, who blew a rare save and allowed the Red Sox to not only rally to win the 2004 ALCS but go on to win the World Series against the St.Louis Cardinals.
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