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Boston Red Sox :: 2004 WS Champs
The Red Sox celebrate after the final out of their World Series sweep over the Cardinals. (Al Behrman/AP)
Cursed to first, Red Sox are baseball's world champions
In the baseball-crazed region of New England, they will no longer cuss about mythical curses. The heartbreak is officially over, thanks to a historic odyssey that arguably now earns top-shelf status as the biggest story in Boston sports history.  Full story >
October now belongs to Red Sox
The long drought ended, not in drama, but in dominance. The Boston Red Sox, so long the postseason portraits of disappointment, made October their own.  Full story >
Sox wrap a season for the ages
From expectant beginning to ecstatic finish, the Boston Red Sox wrote not only a book on outlandish perseverance, they wrote a library.  Full story >

World Series: Red Sox defeat Cardinals, 4-0
 
The 86-year gap between Boston's World Series championships ended at Busch Stadium with the Red Sox, the world champion Red Sox, in a joyous scrum on the infield. Frustration was out. Bliss was in. In the process, the Sox set a record with their eighth straight postseason victory. Those four against the Yankees, these four against the Cardinals.

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GM 1: Red Sox 11, Cardinals 9 | Box | Photos
GM 2: Red Sox 6, Cardinals 2 | Box | Photos
GM 3: Red Sox 4, Cardinals 1 | Box | Photos
GM 4: Red Sox 3, Cardinals 0 | Box | Photos

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Championship Series: Red Sox defeat Yankees, 4-3 0
 
It wasn't miraculous, it wasn't mystical, it wasn't mysterious. It was the Boston Red Sox being the better ballclub. Forget the Curse. Forget the ghosts of Yankee Stadium. Red Sox Nation had reason to celebrate. It had, finally, a team that was better than the Yankees, heads-up, straight-on, October baseball, winner-take-all. It took an epic, history-making comeback.

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GM 1: Yankees 10, Red Sox 7 | Box | Photos
GM 2: Yankees 3, Red Sox 1 | Box | Photos
GM 3: Yankees 19, Red Sox 8 | Box | Photos
GM 4: Red Sox 6, Yankees 4 | Box | Photos
GM 5: Red Sox 5, Yankees 4 | Box | Photos
GM 6: Red Sox 4, Yankees 2 | Box | Photos
GM 7: Red Sox 10, Yankees 3 | Box | Photos

Division Series: Red Sox defeat Angels, 3-0
 
Big Papi, David Ortiz, and his lineup mates slugged their way to a three-game sweep of the Angels, outscoring Anaheim 25-12, taking the first step toward erasing 86 years of haunting episodes. Ortiz's two-run, 10th-inning home run onto the Green Monster finished off the first round and sent the Red Sox into a rematch of the ALCS against the Yankees.

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GM 1: Red Sox 9, Angels 3 | Box | Photos
GM 2: Red Sox 8, Angels 3 | Box | Photos
GM 3: Red Sox 8, Angels 6 | Box | Photos