Relive the Moment: Curt Schilling’s ‘Bloody Sock’ Steals Spotlight in 2004 World Series Run


The Red Sox needed a heroic performance to overcome an 3-0 deficit during the 2004 ALCS. They got that performance in Game 6, as starter Curt Schilling, fresh off having a tendon stitched to his right ankle, pitched a gem. Schilling earned the win despite blood soaking through his sock throughout his outing.

To see Schilling's bloody sock, check out the video below.


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