The postseason history of the Boston Red Sox:
World Series (Won 8, Lost 4)
2013 - Beat St. Louis Cardinals, 4-2
2007 - Beat Colorado Rockies, 4-0
2004 - Beat St. Louis Cardinals, 4-0
1986 - Lost to New York Mets, 4-3
1975 - Lost to Cincinnati Reds, 4-3
1967 - Lost to St. Louis Cardinals, 4-3
1946 - Lost to St. Louis Cardinals, 4-3
1918 - Beat Chicago Cubs, 4-2
1916 - Beat Brooklyn Dodgers, 4-1
1915 - Beat Philadelphia Phillies, 4-1
1912 - Beat New York Giants, 4-3-1-y
1903 - Beat Pittsburgh Pirates, 5-3-x
x-Best-of-9 series
y-one game was tied
Record - Won 45, Lost 28, Tied 1
League Championship Series (Won 5, Lost 5)
2013 - Beat Detroit Tigers, 4-2
2008 - Lost to Tampa Bay Rays, 4-3
2007 - Beat Cleveland Indians, 4-3
2004 - Beat New York Yankees, 4-3
2003 - Lost to New York Yankees, 4-3
1999 - Lost to New York Yankees, 4-1
1990 - Lost to Oakland Athletics, 4-0
1988 - Lost to Oakland Athletics, 4-0
1986 - Beat California Angels, 4-3
1975 - Beat Oakland Athletics, 3-0
Record - Won 26, Lost 31
Division Championship Series (Won 6, Lost 4)
2013 - Beat Tampa Rays, 3-1
2009 - Lost to Los Angeles Angels, 3-0
2008 - Beat Los Angeles Angels, 3-1
2007 - Beat Los Angeles Angels, 3-0
2005 - Lost to Chicago White Sox, 3-0
2004 - Beat Anaheim Angels, 3-0
2003 - Beat Oakland Athletics, 3-2
1999 - Beat Cleveland Indians, 3-2
1998 - Lost to Cleveland Indians, 3-1
1995 - Lost to Cleveland Indians, 3-0
Record - Won 19, Lost 18

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