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2004 World Series
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10/28:
 Rich Gedman on what this means to Boston
The former Red Sox catcher shares his thoughts on the win with MLB.com.
 Jim Leyritz reviews Boston's improbable win
MLB.com analyst breaks down the remarkable postseason run of the Red Sox.
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 Fred Claire looks at Boston's winning moment
 Johnny Damon looks forward to parade
 Kevin Youkilis upon returning to Boston
 Mike Myers sizes up winning a ring
 Red Sox fans celebrate

 Bob Boone on the Red Sox championship
 John Henry returns to Boston
 John Henry says the curse is gone
 John Henry looks ahead to parade
 Fenway Faithful on Yawkey Way

10/27, GAME 4:  Red Sox 3, Cardinals 0  Wrap >
Red Sox Gameday Audio
Backed by MVP Manny Ramirez and a sweep of St. Louis, the Red Sox are World Series champs for the first time since 1918.
English WEEI | Spanish WROL

Play-by-play highlights
 Trot Nixon's two-run double
 Johnny Damon's solo homer
 Fenway Faithful on Yawkey Way
Cardinals Gameday Audio
After winning 105 games in the regular season, the Cardinals came up short in the World Series against the Red Sox.
English KMOX

Play-by-play highlights
 Boston wins the World Series
 Red Sox win (in spanish)
 Red Sox fans celebrate
Red Sox celebrate
 Terry Francona's postgame remarks
The Red Sox manager discusses a great team win.
 MVP Manny Ramirez on the win
The Red Sox left fielder on his offensive performance in the World Series.
 More clips to hear
 Johnny Damon on winning it all
 Jason Varitek on Sox pitching
 Gabe Kapler talks to Brian McRae on the field
 Trot Nixon talks about winning it all
 Curtis Leskanic on the field after the Game 4
 Johnny Damon after winning the World Series
 Trot Nixon postgame interview
 Gabe Kapler postgame interview
 Trophy presentation ceremony

 Reggie Sanders on losing Game 4
 Woody Williams on the Red Sox
 Manny Ramirez on MVP performance
 Derek Lowe on winning World Series
 GM Theo Epstein on building a champ
 Curt Schilling postgame interview
 Bill Mueller postgame interview
 Bronson Arroyo postgame interview
 MVP trophy ceremony

10/26, GAME 3:  Red Sox 4, Cardinals 1  Wrap >
Red Sox Gameday Audio
Pedro Martinez tossed seven scoreless innings, allowing the Cardinals just three hits to win Game 3 of the World Series.
English WEEI | Spanish WROL

Play-by-play highlights
 Bill Mueller's RBI single
 Pedro K's Sanders to end the 7th
 Manny Ramirez's RBI single
 Trot Nixon's RBI single
 Manny Ramirez's two-out homer
Cardinals Gameday Audio
The Cardinals find themselves down 3-0 in the World Series after they could not solve Red Sox ace Pedro Martinez.
English KMOX

Play-by-play highlights
 Cardinals' final out
 Larry Walker's solo homer
 Pedro K's Sanders to end the 7th
 Mueller tags out Suppan at third
Pedro Martinez
 Terry Francona on Game 3
The Red Sox manager talks about taking things one game at a time.
 Tony La Russa's comments to the media
The Cardinals manager talks about some costly mistakes in Game 3.
 More clips to hear
 Pedro Martinez comments on the win
 Damon discusses being up 3-0
 Orlando Cabrera on the victory
 Jason Varitek on Pedro's pitching
 Manny Ramirez's postgame remarks
 Jim Leyritz on what to expect from Pedro in Game 3

 Jeff Suppan on his Game 3 performance
 Reggie Sanders on Suppan's gaffe
 Game 4 starter Jason Marquis on loss
 Derek Lowe on Game 3 win
 Bronson Arroyo addresses the media before Game 3
 Red Sox advance scout Dave Jauss on St. Louis

10/25, OFF-DAY
 Tony La Russa addresses the media
Cardinals manager Tony La Russa (left) on returning home for Game 3.
 Francona on Game 3
Boston skipper Terry Francona previews Game 3.
 More clips to hear
 Jeff Suppan on facing the Sox


10/24, GAME 2:  Red Sox 6, Cardinals 2  Wrap >
Cardinals Gameday Audio
The Cardinals couldn't get it going at Fenway Park, dropping Game 2 to the Red Sox.
English KMOX

Play-by-play highlights
 Mike Matheny grounds out to end game
 Jim Edmonds makes Mays-like catch
 Scott Rolen's sacrifice fly
 Albert Pujols scores on fielding error
Red Sox Gameday Audio
A gutty Curt Schilling pitched six strong innings for the Red Sox in a huge Game 2 win.
English WEEI | Spanish WROL

Play-by-play highlights
 Boston records the final out
 Orlando Cabrera's RBI single
 Mark Bellhorn's RBI double
 Trot Nixon makes a nice grab
 Jason Varitek's RBI triple
Curt Schilling
 Tony La Russa comments on Game 2
The Cardinals' manager reviews what went wrong for St. Louis in Game 2.
 Terry Francona's postgame comments
Boston's manager remarks on Curt Schilling's performance and the team's defensive lapses.
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 Matt Morris talks about his performance
 Cal Eldred on his contribution
 Jeff Suppan on going back to St Louis
 Pitching coach Dave Duncan on his staff
 Alan Embree on the Game 2 win
 Orlando Cabrera on going from Expos to World Series
 Orlando Cabrera talks about his time in Boston
 Joe Morgan on his World Series experiences
 Bob Boone talks about the impact of defense

 Schilling postgame press conference
 Bellhorn thankful for Francona's faith
 Bill Mueller talks about his defense
 Millar on Foulke's dominance
 Curtis Leskanic on not being too confident
 Keith Foulke on the Game 2 win
 Jim Leyritz of MLB.com reflects on the series
 Supervisor of Umpires Richie Garcia chats

10/23, GAME 1:  Red Sox 11, Cardinals 9  Wrap >
Cardinals Gameday Audio
The Cardinals' bullpen couldn't hold back the mighty Boston offense, dropping Game 1.
English KMOX

Play-by-play highlights
 Roger Cedeno strikes out to end game
 Edgar Renteria's RBI double
 Roger Cedeno scores on fielding error
 Larry Walker's RBI double
 Edgar Renteria's double
 So Taguchi's groundout scores run
 Another sac fly for Mike Matheny
 Larry Walker's HR
 Mike Matheny's sac fly
Red Sox Gameday Audio
A two-run homer by Mark Bellhorn in the eighth gave the Red Sox a 1-0 series lead.
English WEEI | Spanish WROL

Play-by-play highlights
 Keith Foulke records final out
 Mark Bellhorn's two-run homer
 Manny Ramirez's second error
 Manny Ramirez's RBI single
 David Ortiz's RBI single
 Johnny Damon's RBI single
 Orlando Cabrera's RBI single
 David Ortiz's three-run HR
Mark Bellhorn
 Mark Bellhorn talks to the media
Game 1 hero Mark Bellhorn talks about his revival at the plate and his big home run to give the Red Sox a 1-0 series lead.
 Tony La Russa talks about Game 1 loss
Cardinals manager Tony La Russa (left) talks about the powerful Boston lineup.
 More clips to hear
 Terry Francona addresses the media
 Hitting coach Ron Jackson on David Ortiz
 David Ortiz talks about his hot bat
 Johnny Damon looks ahead to next two games
 Dave Roberts talks about his role on the bench
 Johnny Damon chats with WEEI
 Jim Leyritz breaks down Game 1
 Brian McRae chats with Theo Epstein

 Jim Edmonds on the Game 1 loss
 Ray King discusses Game 1
 Julian Tavarez on Mark Bellhorn's HR
 Woody Williams on his performance
 Kevin Millar talks about Curt Schilling
 Keith Foulke on pitching everyday
 MLB's Sandy Alderson talks about the playoffs
 Bob Boone previews the potent lineups

10/22, WORKOUT DAY:
 Terry Francona talks to the media
Boston manager Terry Francona (left) talks about his club.
 Tony La Russa talks to the media
St. Louis manager Tony La Russa talks about facing the Red Sox.
 More clips to hear
 Jeff Suppan talks about facing his former team
 Tony Womack on facing team that traded him
 Derek Lowe on Cardinals lineup and Boston fans
 Woody Williams on getting the ball in Game 1
 Johnny Pesky compares '04 Sox to past clubs
 Doug Mirabelli on catching Wakefield
 Tim Wakefield talks about Game 1

 David Ortiz talks to the media
 Jason Varitek on handling the staff
 Red Schoendienst on 2004 Cards
 Bronson Arroyo discusses the 'Curse'
 Curt Schilling on his injury
 Bill Mueller on growing up a Cardinals fan
 Keith Foulke press conference

CARDINALS-RED SOX PREVIEW
 Tony La Russa addresses the media
The Cardinals' manager discusses the NLCS victory and heading to Boston for Game 1.
 Francona: Sox haven't had final celebration
Manager says winning world championship is ultimate goal.
 More clips to hear
 Ray King on facing the Red Sox
 Larry Walker on his first World Series
 Edgar Renteria on returning to the Series
 Cardinals win the NLCS
 Cardinals NLCS audio highlights >

 Francona makes Wakefield his Game 1 starter
 Francona says Wakefield gives his team options
 Francona: Now is not the time for fatigue
 Boston wins!
 Red Sox ALCS audio highlights >