Pedro emerges from the dugout to thunderous applause from the Red Sox fans, a smattering of boos from the Yankee faithful that have made the trip from the big apple, and the familiar guitar from AC/DC's "Thunderstruck" blaring from the PA system. Just before Pedro's last warm-up, the catcher yells "throwin' it down!" to signify that this is the last warm-up pitch. Pedro winds up, and hurls the ball, right into the catchers waiting glove. The catcher then fires the ball to the 3rd baseman, who in turn twirls and tosses it to the 2nd baseman. He tosses it the 1st baseman, Brian Daubauch, who heaves it over to the shortstop, nomar garciaparra, who then walks it back to the pitching mound.
The Yankees are up to bat first. The top half of the inning goes quickly, with Pedro striking out the last man in the inning. As Clemens takes the mound for his half of the inning, the Boston faithful boo him momentarily, until the first pitch he throws to the lead off man is called a strike. The first batter pops up to the 2nd baseman. Shockingly, the next batter hits a high, towering line drive shot that just hits the top of the Green... [continues]
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