Derek Jeter commiserates over the 2004 ALCS in latest episode of his documentary

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There aren’t many reasons for Red Sox fans to watch ESPN’s seven-part series of Derek Jeter hero worship.

That is, unless he’s bemoaning the results of the 2004 ALCS.

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In episode four, Jeter opened up about his feelings when the Yankees blew their 3-0 series lead. “It’s misery,” he said. “Sick to my stomach.”

As we know, the Red Sox swept the Cardinals in the World Series after rallying against the Yankees. At the victory parade, Manny Ramirez held up a sign on the duck boat that taunted Jeter.

“Jeter is playing golf today, this is better,” the sign read.

Manny’s ribbing poked Jeter where it hurt.

“Someone had sent it to me,” said Jeter. “So yeah, that made me sick.”

The Yankees captain batted .200 in the series, putting him just as much at fault for the loss as everybody else.