Hey, why not us?

With the Sox booting the ball behind Curt Schilling, Bill Simmons knows that sometimes you just need to believe.

Updated: May 31, 2005, 2:26 PM ET
By Bill Simmons | Page 2

BOSTON -- Regardless of how the 2004 World Series ends up, I can't remember another moment in Red Sox history like the sixth inning in Game 2.

Curt Schilling was working on a four-hitter with the aid of painkillers, sutures, staples, rubber bands, Crazy Glue and everything else you can imagine ... only his defense had been betraying him all game. His pitch count was swelling towards the 90s. The pain in his bum ankle actually brought him to his knees at one point. And the weather was ...

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