The White Sox have the pitching to beat the Red Sox and win their first postseason series since 1917.
Boston can finally rejoice. No more ghosts. No more cursing Bill Buckner. The Red Sox are the champs.
The Red Sox are a game away from sweeping the Cardinals. It can't be this easy? Jim Caple ponders.
It's almost beyond belief to think the Red Sox actually came back from a 3-0 deficit to defeat the Yankees.
The Red Sox finally exorcised their Yankee demon. All it took was the greatest comeback in baseball history.
Game 7. This isn't just the deciding game of the 2004 ALCS. This is the culmination for every Yankees-Red Sox showdown since Babe Ruth was traded.
After nearly three games (26 innings) in two nights, it seems the Red Sox and Yankees are just getting started.
With the Red Sox desperately needing Curt Schilling to pitch again in the ALCS, Jim Caple offers some ideas on how to get him back on the mound.
The Yankees had 12 hits, 13 runs, 12 RBIs, four home runs and five doubles in Game 3 -- and that was just from the No. 2-4 hitters in the lineup.
Their ace is hurting; their leadoff hitter's hitless; Pedro's got daddy issues. You could say Boston's in a hole.
Curt Schilling had no feeling in his ankle after Game 1, which puts the Red Sox in a ton of trouble, Jim Caple writes.
The Yankees and Red Sox have been on a collision course since last season, and they're finally ready for impact.
The next 100 years will see global games, more Cubs misery, Red Sox domination -- and Ted Williams.
With a win in Game 6, the Red Sox set up yet another showdown between Pedro Martinez and Roger Clemens.
In his personal postseason to forget, Nomar Garciaparra's struggles are ongoing with no end in sight.
Fans went to see another Fenway fight Monday night, and a real playoff game broke out between the Sox and Yanks.