During Game 6 of the 2004 ALCS against the Red Sox, Rodriguez hit a slow roller between first base and the pitcher's mound. As Bronson Arroyo fielded the ball and tried to apply the tag, A-Rod slapped the ball from his glove. Derek Jeter, who was on first base, came around to score while Rodriguez advanced to second. The umpires huddled and ruled that A-Rod's slap was interference, forcing Jeter to return to second and nullifying the run. Boston went onto win the game and the series.