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Sun, 2007-10-28

On October 28, 2007, one year after battling cancer, Jon Lester starts and earns the victory in Game Four of the World Series, as the Boston Red Sox win the title. The Sox sweep the Colorado Rockies to win their second championship in four years. Mike Lowell is named Most Valuable Player of the Series.

 

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2007 World Series, Boston Red Sox, Colorado Rockies, Jon Lester, Mike Lowell

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