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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
Legends of the fall: Sox win pennant!

The Red Sox made history in winning their first AL pennant since 1986. (Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
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. Game Wrap
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10/19, GAME 6:  Red Sox 4, Yankees 2  Wrap >
Curt Schilling tossed seven brilliant and gutsy innings, while Mark Bellhorn hit a three-run homer as the Red Sox became the first team in Major League history to force a Game 7 after having trailed in the series 3-0. More >
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10/18, GAME 5:  Red Sox 5, Yankees 4  Wrap >
For the second straight night, the Red Sox scored the tying run against Yankees closer Mariano Rivera. And for the second straight night, David Ortiz was the hero in extra innings as the Sox took Game 5 to send the series back to New York. More >
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10/17, GAME 4:  Red Sox 6, Yankees 4  Wrap >
Bill Mueller's RBI single in the ninth inning off Yankees closer Mariano Rivera sent the game into extra innings, where David Ortiz's two-run homer in the 12th gave the Red Sox the win and kept Boston alive in the American League Championship Series vs. New York. More >
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10/16, GAME 3:  Yankees 19, Red Sox 8  Wrap >
The Nos. 2-5 hitters in the Yankees lineup combined to go 16-for-22 with 14 runs scored and 15 RBIs as the Yankees romped to a 3-0 series lead in the American League Championship Series against the Red Sox. More >
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Boston Red Sox
Rain creates options for Red Sox
Friday's rainout of Game 3 of the ALCS didn't alter Red Sox manager Terry Francona's pitching rotation -- at least not yet. It did give him some options. More >
•  Video: Rainout announcement
New York Yankees
Rainout causes no rotation change
Despite Friday's rainout in Boston, the Yankees will stay with their scheduled pitching rotation for Games 3 and 4 of the American League Championship Series. More >
•  Video: Friday press conference

10/14, OFF-DAY
Boston Red Sox
Arroyo ready to take center stage
Red Sox starter Bronson Arroyo has been waiting for a start like Friday's matchup against the Yankees in Game 3 of the ALCS since he was kid in Florida. More >
•  Video: Sox-Yanks rivalry
New York Yankees
Brown set for Fenway, Game 3
In the most important start of his season, Kevin Brown's back may or may not be a factor. The Yankees won't know until he toes the rubber, but they do know Brown is ready. More >
•  Video: Yanks-Sox rivalry

10/13, GAME 2:  Yankees 3, Red Sox 1  Wrap >
Jon Lieber tossed seven-plus innings, allowing just one run on three hits as he outdueled Pedro Martinez and led the Yankeees to a win and 2-0 series lead. John Olerud's two-run homer provided the final margin. More >
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10/12, GAME 1:  Yankees 10, Red Sox 7  Wrap >
Mike Mussina's 6 1/3 perfect innings and Hideki Matsui's ALCS record-tying five RBIs staked the Yankees to an 8-0 lead, helping the Bombers withstand a seven-run Red Sox rally to secure the win in the series opener. More >
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Boston Red Sox
Red Sox enter ALCS with a purpose
The Red Sox have been here before. But this year, there is no doubt in the clubhouse that they can defeat the Yankees and get one step closer to their ultimate goal. More >
•  Road to ALCS: Red Sox
New York Yankees
Yanks, Mussina ready to renew rivalry
The Yankees renew their rivalry with the Red Sox, looking for the club's seventh AL pennant in the last nine years. Said Mike Mussina, "I think it's the way it should be." More >
•  Road to ALCS: Yankees