The 2004 season didn’t start off well for Trot Nixon, but it certainly ended in great fashion.
The ex-Boston Red Sox outfielder spent most of the season on the disabled list and was only able to suit up for a mere 48 regular-season games. The postseason was a different story, however.
The World Series was where Nixon shined the brightest as he racked up three doubles and three RBIs while hitting .357 en route to Boston’s first World Series title in 86 years.
Nixon joined NESN’s Tom Caron on “At Home With TC” on Tuesday to discuss all things quarantine and the 2004 squad.
Check out the full segment above!