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2004 World Series
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St. Louis Cardinals vs. Boston Red Sox Go to: League Championship Series | Division Series
OCT. 27, 2004
Sox of Ages: Title 86 years in the making

Kevin Millar (left) and the Red Sox celebrate their World Series championship. (Elsa/Getty Images)
Behind a dominant, three-hit effort by Derek Lowe, the Red Sox completed their World Series sweep of the Cardinals, winning their first title since 1918. Johnny Damon's first-inning home run started the scoring for Boston, and Trot Nixon hit a two-run double in the third. Manny Ramirez was named series MVP. Game Wrap | Complete coverage > 
St. Louis Cardinals vs Boston Red Sox
Red Sox win series, 4-0
Game 1: STL 9 @ BOS 11   Box  |  Wrap
Game 2: STL 2 @ BOS 6   Box  |  Wrap
Game 3: BOS 4 @ STL 1   Box  |  Wrap
Game 4: BOS 3 @ STL 0   Box  |  Wrap
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The Cardinals managed only four hits off Boston's pitchers as they were shut out, 3-0, in Game 4 of the World Series. Jason Marquis allowed all three Red Sox runs. More >

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Derek Lowe threw seven shutout innings, Johnny Damon homered and Trot Nixon smashed a two-run double as Boston won its first World Series title since 1918. More >

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