RED SOX WIN SERIES 3-1

Wild Intruders
Wild Intruders
The wild-card Red Sox could care less how good the Angels were in the regular season. Boston put away the 100-game winners Monday with a 3-2 victory to wrap up the series in four. Story | Watch
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Scouting Reports

Keith Law on John Lackey

"Lackey is the team's ace, working with three above-average pitches in his 92-94 mph fastball (mixing two- and four-seamers), a slider with sharp bite and a curveball with a two-plane break and very good depth."
• Complete scouting reports: Insider Red Sox | Angels

Inside Edge

Check out the full-roster report cards on the Red Sox and the Angels and all the post-Game 3 links:

• Joe Saunders: Postgame | Report Card
• Josh Beckett: Postgame | Report Card
• Hitting report cards: Red Sox | Angels

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Team Stats

LAAvs.BOS
.273BA.250
13R18
2SB4
2HR3
28K34
4.19ERA2.54
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Series Stats
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Season Stats
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Head-To-Head Stats
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Postseason: Batting Stats | Pitching Stats

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MLB Podcast

MLB on ESPN Radio (10/6)
MLB on ESPN Radio's Dan Shulman and Dave Campbell recap Boston's ALDS win over the Angels, discuss how well Jon Lester pitched in the series and take a quick look ahead to the ALCS. Listen

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Featured Comment

    Why didn't the Angels stick to small ball? That got them 100 wins during the regular season, including eight over the Red Sox.

  • — RedSoxseason2001

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