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Life will never be the same for Red Sox fans      10/29/04

If there is a guardian angel for Boston Red Sox fans (and there's some debate about that), the work load is drastically lighter today. The Red Sox, New England's beloved baseball heartbreakers, have won their first World Series title since 1918, and it's understandable if their stunned followers, accustomed to failure and despair, aren't sure what to do next. more...

Trail Blazers Edge Raptors 97-95      10/28/04

Zach Randolph had 13 points and 16 rebounds, and the Portland Trail Blazers edged the Toronto Raptors 97-95 in a preseason game Wednesday night. more...

BoSox Poised to Win First Series Since '18      10/27/04

Manny Ramirez drove in two runs, including a solo homer, and Pedro Martinez set down 14 straight batters as the Boston Red Sox defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 4-1 Tuesday to move within a victory of their first World Series title since 1918. more...

Odd Things Expected as Sox Meet Cards in Game Three      10/26/04

A World Series that has already produced some odd sights could produce more on Tuesday when Game Three of the Fall Classic between the Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals is played out under a lunar eclipse. more...

Schilling Pitches Red Sox to Game 2 Win      10/25/04

Pitching again through so much pain it put his start in doubt, Curt Schilling helped Boston move halfway to snaring its most elusive prize: a first World Series championship since 1918. more...

Bellhorn's Homer Gives Game 1 to Red Sox      10/24/04

Mark Bellhorn created his own October memory by recalling a Fenway Park moment frozen in time: Carlton Fisk's home run in Game 6 back in 1975. Bellhorn hit a drive off the screen attached to Pesky's Pole in right field in the eighth inning, and the Boston Red Sox held on to take the highest-scoring opener in World Series history, beating the St. Louis Cardinals 11-9 on Saturday night. more...

Red Sox, Cards Meet in 100th World Series      10/23/04

Albert Pujols delighted in denting the Green Monster, and Keith Foulke kidded about the wall messing with his mind. For a day at least, the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox were just happy to be at Fenway Park. Roger Clemens, the New York Yankees and the other obstacles were out of the way — up next, the 100th World Series. They'll turn serious starting Saturday night in Game 1, with Boston knuckleballer Tim Wakefield facing Woody Williams. more...

Cards Top Astros 5-2 to Reach World Series      10/22/04

More than the hometown hootin' and hollerin', what really sent the St. Louis Cardinals charging into the World Series were the booming bats of MVP Albert Pujols and Scott Rolen. more...

Red Sox Beat Yanks to Force ALCS Game 7      10/20/04

Pitching on a dislocated ankle tendon that forced him out of the opener, Curt Schilling smothered the New York Yankees by allowing one run over seven innings to lead the Red Sox to a 4-2 victory Tuesday night and pull Boston into a 3-3 tie in an AL championship series that was three outs from a sweep just two days earlier. more...

Astros Beat Cards, Take NLCS Series Lead      10/19/04

On a night when pitching suddenly took over the NL playoffs, someone was bound to get a hit. Fortunately for the Houston Astros, Jeff Kent stepped up. more...

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