Busch Stadium ticket stub from Game 4 of the 2004 World Series, the game when the unthinkable happened: the Boston Red Sox reversed the Curse of the Bambino and won their first championship since 1918. Making it to the League Championship Series, Boston dropped the first three games to the New York Yankees, and yet still, it was almost clear: the Red Sox were not going to lose. They took two extra innings games at Fenway, then took the last two games at Yankee Stadium to make it to the Series. At that point, the Series was a foregone conclusion, the Red Sox sweeping St. Louis, winning Game 4 behind the pitching of Derek Lowe and Keith Foulke, Johnny Damon leading off the game with a home run that would provide all the scoring the Red Sox would need. The stub itself has been graded VG 3 by PSA, with light overall wear. A historically important ticket stub for Boston fans.