David OrtizTwo magical nights. Two comeback postseason wins. On Oct. 17, 2004, Ortiz's two-run homer in the 12th inning gave the Red Sox the 6-4 victory to stay alive in the American League Championship Series vs. New York. On Oct. 18, for the second straight night, the Red Sox scored the tying run against Yankees closer Mariano Rivera. And for the second straight night (left), Ortiz was the hero in extra innings as the Sox took Game 5 to send the series back to New York. With two outs in the 14th inning, Ortiz came up against Yankees righthander Esteban Loaiza and after after nine pitches, Big Papi knocked a single into center field that dropped in front of Bernie Williams as Johnny Damon sped home with the winning run. As you know by now, the Sox went back to New York to take care of business in Yankee Stadium in Games 6 and 7.