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The Biggest Moments From The Boston Red Sox's Run To The World Series

The highlights of every victory from the BoSox run so far.

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Game 2 ALDS: 7-4 victory over the Rays

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Things got off to a quick start in Game 2 for Boston, thanks to a Pedroia sacrifice fly and a solo home run by Mr. David Ortiz in the bottom of the first.

Game 4 ALDS: 3-1 victory over the Rays

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After dropping Game 3, the Red Sox got off to a sluggish start in Game 4, but were finally able to break through on a wild pitch by Joel Peralta in the top of the seventh.

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Game 2 ALCS: 6-5 victory over the Tigers

After failing to score a single run in the first game, and lacking any kind of offense to start Game 2, things were not looking good for the Red Sox, as the Tigers took a 5-0 lead in the sixth. Also, that dude is a jerk.

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But then something amazing happened. In the bottom of the eighth inning with two outs and the bases loaded, David Ortiz hit a grand slam to tie the ball game, sending Boston into a frenzy.

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ALCS Game 3: 1-0 victory over the Tigers

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Game 3 was boring until Mike Napoli stepped up to the plate and jacked a solo home run in the seventh inning. It was a great moment for his beard. And for the Red Sox, I guess.

ALCS Game 5: 4-3 victory over the Tigers

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After taking a couple days off, the beard was back with a solo shot to center in the top of the second inning to give the Red Sox an early lead in Game 5.

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Then in the bottom half of the inning, Jonny Gomes showed off his speed with an impressive grab on a deep fly ball to left field, saving what would have certainly been a double for Alex Avila.

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And in the fifth inning, pitcher Jon Lester recovered from a bobbled infield scoop with a nice flip-of-the-glove out at first, further proving that bunting never wins and that the Red Sox are also pretty good at defense.

The World Series starts Wednesday, and based on what we've seen from the Red Sox this postseason, it should be one hell of an entertaining series.

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