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The Boston Red Sox Win the ALCS

Down three games to one the Red Sox have come back against the Cleveland Indians to advance to the World Series.

It’s only been since 2004 since the Red Sox have been to the World Series but this is a special year. This is a different team and there have been different conditions.

There has been a big insurgence of rookies: Dustin Pedroia, Daisuke Matsuzaka, Hideki Okajima, and Jacoby Ellsbury to name a few. All having a big impact in the ALCS.

There were a lot of answers coming into the season and now there have been a lot of answers. But there is still a lot of baseball to go. Seven games may not sound like a lot but in the World Series everything is magnified. One game can become a five hour affair very easily.

Game 1 of the World Series against the Colorado Rockies is on Wednesday.

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