Pedro MartinezPedro had started Game 1 of the 1999 ALDS against the Indians but left the game in the fourth inning with back pain. The Sox would lose the first two games of the series, but they came back to tie it in Boston, and headed back to Cleveland for the deciding Game 5. After Brett Saberhagen and Derek Lowe spotted the Tribe eight runs, a still-sore Pedro entered the game in relief In the fourth inning with the score tied 8-8. With no one really knowing how much help Pedro could provide in relief, the Red Sox ace went out and hurled six innings of no-hit baseball and Troy O'Leary's grand slam blew the game open. Boston would win one of the wildest playoff games in history 12-8 and go on to face the Yankees in the ALCS.