5 Tips the Yankees Can Learn from Red Sox's 2004 Comeback to Pull off Miracle

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5 Tips the Yankees Can Learn from Red Sox's 2004 Comeback to Pull off Miracle
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With their 2-1 loss to the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday night, the New York Yankees have put themselves into a hole that only one team in Major League Baseball history has ever climbed out of.

Facing a 3-0 deficit in the ALCS, the Yankees must now do what the Boston Red Sox did to them just eight years ago.

The '04 Red Sox proved that no odds are insurmountable—next to impossible, but not insurmountable.

There is one major difference with this current Yankees group and the team that shocked the baseball world eight years ago—the Yankees have to do it without their captain, Derek Jeter.

Still, the Yankees are there and have a chance. If they can just channel the way the Red Sox felt heading into Game 4 not so long ago...

Here are five ideas for the Yankees if they want to repeat recent history.

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