Good one, guys. 

By Dan Gartland
October 17, 2017

Generally speaking, I’m totally over team Twitter accounts getting in kayfabe fights. But not in this case. 

Tuesday is the 13th anniversary of a game neither Red Sox or Yankees fans will ever forget—Game 4 of the 2004 ALCS. Trailing 3–0 in the series, Boston forced extra innings when Dave Roberts stole second to get in scoring position and tied the game on a Bill Mueller single. The Sox went on to win in 12 innings on a David Ortiz homer. 

With no new games to post about, the Red Sox Twitter account brought up that game on Tuesday, practically teeing up the Yankees for a rebuttal. 

Come on, that was such an easy set-up for the Yankees’ response. Even Grady Little would have pulled the social media manager before they hit send. 

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