2004 American League Championship Series
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The 2004 American League Championship Series (ALCS) was a best-of-seven playoff series in the 2004 Major League Baseball season. It featured the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox. The Red Sox beat the Yankees in seven games. It was a rematch of the 2003 ALCS.
|Dates:||October 12–October 20|
|MVP:||David Ortiz (Boston)|
|TV announcers:||Joe Buck, Tim McCarver, Al Leiter|
|Radio announcers:||Jon Miller, Joe Morgan|
|Umpires:||Randy Marsh, Jeff Nelson, John Hirschbeck, Jim Joyce, Jeff Kellogg, Joe West|
|ALDS:||New York Yankees over Minnesota Twins (3–1)|
|Boston Red Sox over Anaheim Angels (3–0)|
|2004 World Series|
The Yankees won the first three games of the series. The Red Sox then won the next four to win the series. This was the first time a team won a best-of-seven playoff series after losing the first three games.