The Red Sox faced the Colorado Rockies in the 2007 World Series. Beckett set the tone in game 1, pitching seven strong innings as the offense provided more than enough in a 13?1 victory. In Game 2, Schilling, Okajima, and Papelbon held the Rockies to one run again in a 2?1 game. Moving to Colorado, the Red Sox offense made the difference again in a 10?5 win. Finally, in Game 4, Jon Lester took Wakefield's spot in the rotation and gave the Red Sox an impressive start, pitching 5 2/3 shutout innings. The Rockies threatened, but thanks to World Series MVP Mike Lowell and aided by a home run by Bobby Kielty, Papelbon registered another save as the Red Sox swept the Rockies in four games, capturing their second title in four years. There is no better way to commemorate your favorite player or team than this quality collectible. This collectible features: 8x10 Premium Photograph, Double Acid Free Mats, High Quality Black Wood Moulding, High Strength Premium Clear Glass, Finished Size: 12 1/4 inches by 15 1/2 inches, Individually Inspected, Bubble Wrapped for Protection, Assembled in the USA, Watermark (if shown) is not on the Finished Product.
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