2004 Red Sox champions reunite at Fenway ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jim Davis Before the game, Manny Ramirez, who was at Fenway Park for the first time in a long time is pictured. Jim Davis Ramirez (right) and David Ortiz (left) got together and walked over to third base to do a spot on the MLB Network with former teammate Kevin Milar. Jim Davis Ramirez (right) and Ortiz (center) got together and walked over to third base to do a spot on the MLB Network with former teammate Millar (left) and they had a good laugh before going live on the network. Jim Davis Pitcher Curt Schilling, who is battling cancer, acknowledged the cheers of the crowd as he walks in from left field. Jim Davis Schilling got a hand from Pedro Martinez (left) with closer Keith Foulke in the middle holding the championship trophy. Jim Davis Schilling (right,) Martinez (left) and Foulke waited for Ortiz to make his way from the dugout. Jim Davis Pitchers Derek Lowe and Martinez gesture to the dugout, where Ortiz, the only player from that team still active in Boston, had yet to appear. Jim Davis Schilling (right,) got a hug from Ortiz, as Trot Nixon, Lowe, Martinez, and Foulke looked on. Jim Davis Ramirez acknowledged the cheers of the crowd as he ran to the field after coming out of the scoreboard door in left field. Jim Davis The final event was Ramirez (24) throwing out the ceremonial first pitch. Jim Davis Former teammate Johnny Damon (18) jumped in front of the pitch, cutting off the throw as he tumbled to the ground. Jim Davis The stunt was in homage to the time that Ramirez, playing left field,center jumped in front of a throw from centerfielder Damon and cut off his throw in the outfield during a game. Jim Davis Atlanta‘s Freddie Freeman stretches, but can't make the play as Jonny Gomes is safe on a second inning infield single, and he took second on the throwing error by shortstop Ramiro Pena. Jim Davis Pena sailed high over Grady Sizemore (38) in a double play hit into by Daniel Nava (not pictured). Gomes (not pictured) scored from third base on the play to put Boston ahead 1-0. Jim Davis (Left to right) Daniel Nava, Brandon Workman and David Ross look more like they are watching an October game than one in late May. Jim Davis Xander Bogaerts dives back to first safely after a line drive out by teammate Dustin Pedroia (not pictured) in the fifth inning. Jim Davis Sizemore was out at the plate when he tried to score from third base on a ground ball. Jim Davis Starting pitcher John Lackey appeared incredulous as manager John Farrell (not pictured) walked to the mound to remove him in the top of the seventh inning. Catcher A. J. Pierzynski is at left. Jim Davis Lackey received an ovation from a bundled up crowd on a cold, late May night. Jim Davis Gomes (left) was already snacking as he high-fived with Jackie Bradley, Jr. (right) following Boston's 4-0 victory, its third straight win vs. the Braves.