'30 for 30' film a timely 2004 flashback

September, 27, 2010
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The Red Sox may be out of this year's playoffs, but we'll always have 2004.

So instead of stewing over this year's lost season, you may want to tune in to ESPN's latest "30 For 30" film, "Four Days in October," debuting next Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 8 p.m. on ESPN and repeating four more times this fall.

Produced by MLB Productions and partially narrated by ESPN's Bill Simmons and comedian Lenny Clarke, both Boston natives, the film aims to "capture the symbolic essence of the Boston Red Sox unprecedented 2004 ALCS comeback victory vs. their arch-rivals, the New York Yankees," according to the creators.

Basically, it's an inside look at those four amazing days in October 2004 when everyone in Boston became a Red Sox fanatic. Watching the trailer above gave us chills, so be prepared.

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