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League Championship Series
Championship Series:
AL: Red Sox-Yankees, Gm 7
NL: Astros-Cardinals, Gm 7
Division Series:
AL: Twins-Yankees
AL: Red Sox-Angels
NL: Dodgers-Cards
NL: Astros-Braves

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10/20, GAME 7:  Red Sox 10, Yankees 3  Wrap >
David Ortiz
Legends of the fall: Sox win pennant!
MLB.TV ArchivesExtended HighlightsPlays of the Game
The Red Sox kept their October run alive, completing the biggest series comeback in Major League postseason history by taking Game 7 to win their first AL pennant since 1986.  Own the game >
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 Mark Bellhorn's homer: 56K | 350K
 Johnny Damon's two-run homer: 56K | 350K
 David Ortiz's two-run home run: 56K | 350K
 Johnny Damon out at the plate: 56K | 350K
 Jeter's over-the-shoulder catch: 56K | 350K
The Red Sox are AL ChampionsThe Red Sox are AL champs:
Boston celebrates its historic comeback from a 3-0 series deficit and trip to the World Series. 56K | 350K
Casey SternState of the Nation:'s Casey Stern talks to exuberant Red Sox fans in Boston after Game 7. 56K | 350K
Damon grand slamJohnny Damon's grand slam:
The Red Sox center fielder launched a second-inning homer that put Boston ahead, 6-0. 56K | 350K
Doug MientkiewiczMientkiewicz stretches at first:
Boston's first baseman makes the long stretch to pick up a short-hop throw from Bill Mueller. 56K | 350K
Press conferences
 Postgame press conference: 350K
 Pregame press conference: 350K Nation welcomes heroes: 56K | 350K

10/19, GAME 6:  Red Sox 4, Yankees 2  Wrap >
Curt Schilling
Sox take magical history tour to Game 7
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Curt Schilling's seven brilliant innings and Mark Bellhorn's three-run homer helped Boston force a Game 7.  Own the game >
Top plays
 Sheffield makes a sliding catch: 56K | 350K
 Yankees' second double play: 56K | 350K
 Bellhorn grounds into a double play: 56K | 350K
Arod interferenceRodriguez out on interference:
A controversial call on the Yankees' third baseman on a play at first base. 56K | 350K
Bellhorn HRBellhorn's three-run homer:
Boston's second baseman put a shot just over the left-field wall to open up a 4-run lead. 56K | 350K
Varitek RBIJason Varitek's RBI single:
The Red Sox catcher opened the scoring with a single off Jon Lieber. 56K | 350K
Williams HRBernie Williams homers:
The Yankees' center fielder hit a shot out to the short porch in right field. 56K | 350K
Press conferences
 Postgame press conference: 350K
 Pregame press conference: 350K
 State of the Nation: 56K | 350K
 Stayin' Hot previews Game 6: 350K

10/18, GAME 5:  Red Sox 5, Yankees 4  Wrap >
Dave Roberts
Deja vu all over again for Sox
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Jason Varitek's sac fly in the eighth tied it and David Ortiz won it in the 14th with an RBI single as the Red Sox rallied for their second straight comeback win to extend the ALCS.  Own the game >
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 Ortiz is caught stealing: 56K | 350K
 Damon is caught stealing: 56K | 350K
 Millar makes a nice stab: 56K | 350K
 The Red Sox turn a double play: 56K | 350K
 Jeter's leap and throw: 56K | 350K
David Ortiz's game-winning RBIOrtiz's game-winning RBI:
In the bottom of the 14th, Ortiz's single to center scores Johnny Damon for the victory. 56K | 350K
Varitek tieJason Varitek ties the game:
Boston's catcher hit a fly ball to center field, deep enough to score Dave Roberts. 56K | 350K
Ortiz HRDavid Ortiz homers:
Boston's designated hitter continued his hot postseason hitting with a homer to left. 56K | 350K
Casey SternState of the Nation:'s Casey Stern was mobbed by the Fenway faithful after Game 5. 56K | 350K
More top plays & commentary
 Bernie Williams homers: 56K | 350K
 Trot Nixon's sliding catch: 56K | 350K
 Sierra strikes out swinging: 56K | 350K
 David Ortiz's first-inning RBI single: 56K | 350K
 Jeter's three-run double: 56K | 350K
 Diamondcam video archive: 350K
 Postgame press conference: 350K
 Pregame press conference: 350K

10/17, GAME 4:  Red Sox 6, Yankees 4  Wrap >
David Ortiz hits the game winning two-run homer in the 12th.
Sox stave off elimination with rally
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Bill Mueller's single in the ninth tied it and David Ortiz won it in the 12th with a two-run homer as the Red Sox remained alive in the ALCS with a comeback win over the Yankees.  Own the game >
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 Tony Clark snares a liner: 56K | 350K
 Cabrera's diving catch: 56K | 350K
 Williams' sliding catch: 56K | 350K
 Varitek throws out Williams: 56K | 350K
 Tony Clark's RBI single: 56K | 350K
Red Sox celebrateDavid Ortiz's 12th-inning walk-off HR:
Boston's designated hitter launched a two-run shot to give the Red Sox the win. 56K | 350K
Mueller tieBill Mueller ties the game:
The Red Sox third baseman drove a Rivera pitch up the middle to drive in the tying run. 56K | 350K
Rodriguez HRA-Rod's two-run homer:
A-Rod went deep for the second night in a row over the Green Monster. 56K | 350K
 Diamondcam video archive:
Relive the excitement of Game 4 from an unique on-field camera perspective. 350K
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Press conferences and commentary
 Bernie Williams' RBI single: 56K | 350K
 Ortiz drives in two runs: 56K | 350K
 Cabrera throws out Matsui: 56K | 350K
 State of the Nation: 56K | 350K
 Pregame press conference: 350K

10/16, GAME 3:  Yankees 19, Red Sox 8  Wrap >
Gary Sheffield
Yankees are a mashing success in Beantown
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The Yankees offense, led by Hideki Matsui and Gary Sheffield, hit five homers and had 22 hits in a 19-8 win over the Red Sox in Game 3 of the ALCS.
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Top plays
 Olerud's unassisted double play: 56K | 350K
 Cabrera makes a long throw: 56K | 350K
 Sheffield throws out Ramirez: 56K | 350K
 Jeter's error allows a run to score: 56K | 350K
 Sierra's two-run triple: 56K | 350K
Sheffield HRSheffield's three-run homer:
The Yankees right fielder crushed a shot over the Green Monster for a 9-6 New York lead. 56K | 350K
Rodriguez HRRodriguez's game-tying homer:
New York's third baseman hit a towering shot out of Fenway to even the score, 4-4. 56K | 350K
Hideki MatsuiMatsui's two-run home run:
New York's right fielder launched a shot into the seats for a 3-0 Yankee lead. 56K | 350K
Nixon HRTrot Nixon's two-run homer:
Boston's right fielder went yard to bring Boston within a run at 3-2. 56K | 350K
More top plays
 Varitek's two-run homer: 56K | 350K
 Rodriguez's RBI double: 56K | 350K
 Johnny Damon ties the game: 56K | 350K
 ALCS Game 3 DiamondCam archive: 350K
 State of the Nation: 56K | 350K
 Postgame press conference: 350K
 Pregame press conference: 350K
 Stayin' Hot previews Game 3: 56K | 350K

Sandy Alderson, Executive Vice President, Baseball Operations for Major League Baseball, announces the postponement due to rain of Game 3 of the American League Championship Series between the Red Sox and New York Yankees at Fenway Park in Boston on Friday, October 14, 2004.ALCS Game 3 postponement announcement:
Sandy Alderson, MLB's Executive VP of Baseball Operations, discusses the decision to reschedule the game. 350K
Orlando CabreraState of the Nation:'s Casey Stern talks to Orlando Cabrera and Red Sox fans about the postponed game. 56K | 350K

10/14, OFF-DAY
Yankees-Red SoxYankees-Red Sox rivalry: takes a look at the storied rivalry between the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox. 56K | 350K
Casey SternState of the Nation:
The Nation is ready to welcome the team back to Boston and extend a greeting to Yankees fans. 56K | 350K
Press conferences
 Yankees off-day press conference: 350K
 Red Sox off-day press conference: 350K

10/13, GAME 2:  Yankees 3, Red Sox 1  Wrap >
Jon Lieber delivers to the Red Sox in first inning of the Game 2.
Jo(h)nnies on the spot: Lieber, Olerud lift NY
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John Olerud's two-run homer and Jon Lieber's solid pitching performance led a 3-1 Yankees win in Game 2 of the ALCS.
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Top plays
 Rodriguez starts a double play: 56K | 350K
 Bill Mueller's diving catch: 56K | 350K
 Rodriguez strikes out looking: 56K | 350K
 Derek Jeter steals second: 56K | 350K
101304_bosNYA_olerud.jpgJohn Olerud's two-run homer:
The Yankees first baseman laced a homer to right field which opened up a 3-0 lead for New York. 56K | 350K
Sheffield RBIGary Sheffield's RBI single:
The Yankees right fielder liner to center scored Derek Jeter for the game's first run. 56K | 350K
Cabrera RBICabrera drives in a run:
Boston's only run of the game came on a fielder's choice groundball in the 8th inning. 56K | 350K
Martinez K MatsuiMartinez strikes out Matsui:
Pedro Martinez caught Godzilla looking in a key moment to keep the Red Sox close. 56K | 350K
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Press conferences
 Damon's 16-pitch at-bat: 56K | 350K
 Yankee fans serenade Pedro Martinez: 56K | 350K
 State of the Nation: 56K | 350K
 Postgame press conference: 350K
 Sox discuss Schilling's ankle: 350K
 Game 2 pregame press conference: 350K

10/12, GAME 1:  Yankees 10, Red Sox 7  Wrap >
Bellhorn double
Yanks survive Red scare in Game 1
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The Yankees built an 8-0 lead with five RBIs from Hideki Matsui and 6 1/3 perfect innings from Mike Mussina, then withstood a late seven-run Boston rally.
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Top plays
 Rivera gets the last out: 56K | 350K
 Williams' two-run double: 56K | 350K
 Trot Nixon's RBI single: 56K | 350K
 Jason Varitek's two-run homer: 56K | 350K
 Mark Bellhorn doubles: 56K | 350K
Mariano RiveraRivera arrives in the bullpen:
Mariano Rivera strolled into the bullpen at 9:53 p.m. ET, while the Yankees batted in the bottom of the fifth inning. 56K | 350K
Mussina strikeoutsMussina K's five in a row:
The Yankees starter was perfect through 6 1/3, including a string of strikeouts. 56K | 350K
Matsui 3 RBIMatsui's three-run double:
The Yankees rightfielder cleared the bases as New York opened up a 5-0 lead. 56K | 350K
Casey SternState of the Nation:
Casey Stern talked to Sox fans before Game 1, and recaps the loss. 56K | 350K
More top plays
 Trot Nixon makes a nice catch: 56K | 350K
 Cabrera snares a liner: 56K | 350K
 Kevin Millar's two-run double: 56K | 350K
 Rodriguez hits into a double play: 56K | 350K
 Postgame press conference: 350K
 Pregame press conference: 350K
 Game 1 preview: 350K
 Kenny Lofton homers: 56K | 350K
 Hideki Matsui drives in a run: 56K | 350K
 A-Rod's infield single: 56K | 350K
 Jorge Posada's sacrifice fly: 56K | 350K
 Bernie William's RBI single: 56K | 350K
 Hideki Matsui's RBI double: 56K | 350K

How they got here:'s Seth Everett recaps the series with video highlights from all three games.
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Complete ALDS highlights >

double playHow they got here: Recap the 98 victories and AL Wild Card for the Boston Red Sox in 2004.
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Sept. 27: The Red Sox celebrate clinching the AL Wild Card for the second straight season. 56K | 350K
Sept. 23: Pokey Reese and Orlando Cabrera perfect the 4-6-3 double play. 56K | 350K
Sept. 22: Orlando Cabrera's walk-off home run against the Orioles. 56K | 350K
Sept. 6: Manny Ramirez and David Ortiz hit back-to-back home runs. 56K | 350K
Aug. 31: Johnny Damon shows off his defensive skills with a leaping catch. 56K | 350K
July. 1: Pokey Reese goes into the stands to make the play. 56K | 350K
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How they got here:
A look at the four games of the exciting series which featured two extra-inning thrillers.
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Complete ALDS highlights >

Bernie WilliamsHow they got here: Recap the 101 victories and AL East crown for the New York Yankees in 2004. 56K | 350K
Sept. 30: The Yankees celebrate clinching the AL East division. 56K | 350K
Sept. 19: Alex Rodriguez crushes a two-run homer against the Red Sox. 56K | 350K
Sept. 4: Derek Jeter makes an amazing over-the-back catch. 56K | 350K
Sept. 1: 'El Duque' Hernandez does a dance to make the out. 56K | 350K
Aug. 17: Outfielder Hideki Matsui reaches up and robs a home run. 56K | 350K
July. 27: Gary Sheffield hits the 400th home run of his career in Toronto. 56K | 350K
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