Sports Illustrated's Ted Keith, Stephen Cannella, and Ben Reiter look back to the12th inning of a 2004 game against the Red Sox, Jeter ran down a looping fly ball from Trot Nixon, tumbling into the stands and emerging bloody and heroic.
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