2013 World Series
John Lackey gives up one run as Boston starters dominate six-game World Series for third Red Sox title in 10 years.
Michael Wacha is 4-0 this postseason with a 1.00 ERA, and the St. Louis Cardinals send him to the mound in an elimination Game Six at Fenway Park.
After another dominant Red Sox effort on the mound in Game Five, the Cardinals bats will have to wake up if they want to win the title.
Baseball Aficionados Rejoice As Red Sox Game 4 Win Ensures Series Will Be Won At Historic Fenway Park
The St. Louis Cardinals would probably have chosen not to return to Fenway Park, but now after a pitching letdown in Game Four, they’ll have no choice – and that’s great for baseball and its fans.
Baseball analysts cite win-loss record in close games as a sign. But what does it mean in the postseason?
In any seven-game series, Game Three is perhaps the most pivotal one. Who will win it on Saturday?
The Boston Red Sox had not lost in the World Series since Game Seven of the 1986 World Series, after sweeping in both 2004 and 2007.
A big, early lead in a baseball playoff game always means victory, as the Boston Red Sox demonstrated once again in Game One of the 2013 World Series.
In this second installment of a three-part sequence previewing the 2013 World Series, a look at the St. Louis Cardinals and their consistent success.
The Boston Red Sox advanced to the World Series with a Game Six win over the Detroit Tigers on Saturday night, marking the second time in the matchup that the Detroit bullpen couldn’t hold a late-inning lead at Fenway Park.