ON BASEBALL 2004 Red Sox recall their special bond ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page JIM DAVIS/GLOBE STAFF Keith Foulke threw out the first pitch at Fenway Park as part of a celebration of the 2004 World Series-winning Red Sox team. jim davis/globe staff Jason Varitek recreated his leap into Foulke’s arms, just as he did in 2004 as other players looked on. Jessica Rinaldi/reuters Varitek, Foulke — and other team members — shared a laugh. Elise Amendola/ASSOCIATED PRESS Members of the 2004 team and friends yelled “play ball” before the current team’s game against the Rays. Jessica Rinaldi/reuters Nomar Garciaparra and Varitek walked onto the field. jim davis/globe staff Team members watched a video tribute to their championship season. jim davis/globe staff Bronson Arroyo couldn’t attend because he’s currently with the Reds, but he offered his former teammates a video toast. jim davis/globe staff Pedro Martinez held the championship trophy as Kevin Millar watched during a Duck Boat ride on the field. Elise Amendola/associated Press Millar tossed baseballs from a Duck Boat. jim davis/globe staff The celebration was a chance for the team and fans to recognize each other. jim davis/globe staff The 2004 team’s motto was “Bunch of Idiots.” But they were also champions. Jonathan Wiggs/globe staff Jill Beique with her son Ayden Beique, 8, were at Fenway. Jonathan Wiggs/globe staff Fans reacted to the 2004 team before the start of the Rays game. jim davis/globe staff Before 2004, no Red Sox team had won a World Series since 1918. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe staff Tony Morgan took in the night’s events. jonathan wiggs/globe staff Ed Coffer and Rina Coffer turned out for the second-to-last home game of the season. JIM DAVIS/globe staff Roger Clemens, who was not on the 2004 team, shook hands with bench coach Tim Bogar during batting practice.