Raymarkable
Boston Red Sox Jed Lowrie, who pinch hit for Alex Cora in the 9th but grounded out starting the Rays celebration.
(Barry Chin / Globe Staff Photo)

Just Three Measly Hits for the Sox as Garza, Price Get World Serious

That's All She Wrote, Thanks for the Memories
Recap from Tampa: Rays Win 3-1, Felt Like 10-1

J.D. Drew of the Boston Red Sox reacts after striking out to end the eighth inning against the Tampa Bay Rays in game seven of the American League Championship Series during the 2008 MLB playoffs on October 19, 2008 at Tropicana Field in St Petersburg, Florida
(Doug Pensinger / Getty Images Photo)

ALCS Game 7 Box: Tampa Rays 3, Boston 1
Lester Was Good, Garza Was Beyond Great
Aybar, Longoria Blast Rays into the Series
Price Is Right: This Time, Drew Can't Come Through...
Bats Go Silent at The Worst Possible Time
Oh No, Coco Could Have Made It to Second Base in the Eighth
Thousands of Sox Fans Went to Bed Early, Missed Potential Comeback
This Just In: Eliot Tatelman Is Not Buying You a Bedroom Set, Suckahs
Lasting Memory: The Nation Turned It's Lonely Eyes to Jed Lowrie
Nothing Worked as Even Rick Melanson Had His Shirt Off for the Top of the Ninth
The Sox Really Could Have Used the Big Bat of Man... err Nevermind
Jason Varitek Gets Right Back to Looking Lost at the Plate
Mr. Big: Pedro Ripped Into One in the First, Silenced St. Pete
Why the Division Matters, Dummy: You at Home, You Win This One
Are You Ready for Some Patriots Foot... err Nevermind
We'd Rather Watch More Steve Harvey Re-runs Than Rays-Phillies


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