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In the team's 42nd season, and in their first World Series the Angels finally win the title by beating the San Francisco Giants, 4 - 1, in Game Seven at Edison FieldGarret Anderson's three-run double provides enough offense for pitcher John Lackey to become the first rookie to win a seventh game since 1909 when Babe Adams accomplished the feat for the Pirates. Troy Glaus is named Series MVP. Full Series Recap


 

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