In 2004, the Red Sox unveiled the Budweiser Right Field Roof Deck and dedicated a statue of legend Ted Williams outside nearby Gate B. The Red Sox started the 2004 season well but ran into a midseason funk. However, a raucous July 24 game against the Yankees and a bold four-team deal that traded Nomar Garciaparra to the Cubs seemed to light a fire under the team and they ran away with the Wild Card. After defeating the Angels in the ALDS, the Red Sox fell behind three games to none in the ALCS against the Yankees. In Game Four at Fenway Park, Boston started a comeback for the ages and won their next eight straight games to capture the franchise's first World Series title in 86 years. Fenway Park also hosted a party for the Democratic Governors Association during the Democratic National Convention in July and the Farrelly brothers filmed scenes for their movie "Fever Pitch" at the ballpark during the last two months of the regular season, before returning to film in October after rewriting their script due to the historic World Series Championship that few of their fellow Red Sox fans saw coming.