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David Ortiz #34 of the Boston Red Sox catches the ceremonial first pitch from Red Sox legend Johnny Pesky before the game between the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees on September 28, 2008 during Pesky's jersey number retirement ceremony before game one of the double header at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. Catcher Victor Martinez #41 of the Boston Red Sox tags out Jorge Posada #20 of the New York Yankees as Posada tried to score in the second inning on a hit by Nick Swisher on August 6, 2009 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City. Mariano Rivera #42 of the New York Yankees smiles as he walks off the field after the game against the Boston Red Sox on April 4, 2013 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City.The New York Yankees defeated the Boston Red Sox 4-2. Keegan Bradley stands by before he heads out to the pitcher's mound to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before the game between the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees on August 30, 2011 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. Nick Swisher #33 of the New York Yankees hits a sacrifice fly in the first inning against the Boston Red Sox on July 6, 2012 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. Boston Red Sox' Manny Ramirez yells at New York Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens (22) after a high pitch in the fourth inning. BOSTON - Fenway Park extended Roger Clemens a peace offering ovation in his final regular season appearance in the cozy ballpark where it all began for him.
However, Saturday afternoon, in the passionate heat of October, it was rescinded by Pedro Martinez and Manny Ramirez, and, when a member of the Boston Red Sox grounds crew took a swing at New York Yankees' reliever Jeff Nelson in the bullpen, Fenway wasn't such a cozy place anymore.


The anticipated duel between Clemens and Martinez materialized in a way never imagined, taking a bizarre turn with headhunting and a brawl in which the temperamental diva pitcher Martinez tossed aside the popular 72-year-old bench coach Don Zimmer the way the Yankees have tossed aside the Red Sox for over 80 years. And, when it was all over, after the last obscenity was shouted, after an angry exchange between Yankees president Randy Levine and Sandy Alderson, executive vice-president of baseball operations, after Zimmer was examined at a local hospital, and after bitter words between Levine and Red Sox president Larry Lucchino, the most important aspect of the day seemed overlooked: The Yankees, as they always have, had beaten the Red Sox again when it mattered, 4-3, in Game 3 to take a 2-to-1 games advantage in the AL Championship Series.
Emotions, however, were the foundation of the day, and they were boiling long before the first pitch. Levine, citing Martinez hitting Alfonso Soriano and Derek Jeter July 7 at Yankee Stadium, and Martinez wagging his finger at the Yankee bench, called Bob DuPuy, Major League Baseball president, chief operating officer, several days ago to express the organization's concern. The Yankees had problems early when the Red Sox got to Clemens for a pair of runs in the first on Ramirez's two-run single, but the Yankees responded to tie the game, 2-2, on Karim Garcia's RBI single in the second and Derek Jeter's homer in the third. The intensity of baseball's greatest rivalry was now simmering, but it boiled uncontrollable in the fourth. With runners on second and third, no outs, and the Yankees having taken a 3-2 lead, Martinez threw behind Garcia and hit him in the back of his batting helmet. Martinez, who once addressed the issue of the "Curse of the Bambino" by saying he'd drill Babe Ruth in the butt, as usual wouldn't comment about his actions.


When the benches emptied as Garcia and Walker jawed, Jorge Posada started yelling at Martinez, who pointed to his head, a gesture that implied that's where Posada could expect to find the next pitch thrown to him. In the bottom of the inning, Clemens, ahead in the count 1-and-2 to Ramirez leading off the bottom of the inning, threw a fastball high, but over the plate. When order was restored, Clemens struck out Ramirez, and got out of a jam in the sixth when he got him on an inning-ending double play. The game ended, as they frequently have for the Yankees in October, with Mariano Rivera setting down the final six hitters for the save.
As Rivera shook the hands of his teammates against the soundtrack of a Fenway boo, one couldn't help but wonder if the Red Sox were again melting away.



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