What's your favorite Red Sox World Series moment?
We already looked at top moments from the Cardinals' past World Series appearances, and with the Fall Classic heading to an exciting conclusion at Fenway Park, we thought this would be the perfect time to relive some of Beantown's best Championship-round memories.
While the Red Sox did have an 86-year title drought you may have heard about, they've also enjoyed a few legendary plays and successes in recent years. Here are a few of our favorites to whet your appetite for the final games of the year:
1975 World Series -- Reds at Red Sox, Game 6 -- Carlton Fisk "waves the ball fair" for a walk-off home run in the 12th inning
2004 World Series -- Red Sox at Cardinals, Game 3 -- David Ortiz makes a cross-diamond throw to double off Jeff Suppan at third
2004 World Series -- Red Sox at Cardinals, Game 4 -- Keith Foulke records series-winning out
2007 World Series -- Red Sox at Rockies, Game 4 -- Jonathan Papelbon clinches World Series with a strikeout
2007 World Series -- Jonathan Papelbon dances during the parade through Boston
Did we miss any? Share your favorite Red Sox memories in the comments.