Curt SchillingThe stage was set. Game 6, 2004 ALCS. The Red Sox had been down three games to none to the vaunted New York Yankees, but Boston picked up two of the most dramatic playoff wins in baseball history in Games 4 and 5 at Fenway Park to stay alive. Enter Schilling. The big righthander, who was hammered at Yankee Stadium Game 1, took the mound in the Bronx again with his ailing right ankle stitched together and deadened with a painkiller. In one of the gutsiest pitching performances in Red Sox history, Schilling gave up just one run on four hits and no walks in seven innings. The Red Sox prevailed in the must-win game 4-2, and the American League Championship Series would come down to a Game 7. You know the rest of the story.