A look at ALCS Game 7s

A look at ALCS Game 7s

A look at ALCS Game 7s
Oct. 16, 1985 -- Royals 6, Blue Jays 2

Jim Sundberg was huge for the 1985 championship Royals, as they took their second AL pennant against the Blue Jays. Sundbergs's four-RBI night paired with an early homer by Pat Sheridan powered the Boys in to their second pennant.

Oct. 15, 1986 -- Red Sox 8, Angels 1

After dropping his previous game, 24-year-old Roger Clemens was searching for postseason redemption. The first-time All-Star got it in a decisive win. Clemens hurled a gem through seven innings, allowing just one run and four hits.

Oct. 16, 2003 -- Yankees 6, Red Sox 5

Aaron Boone's walk-off homer against Tim Wakefield to lead off the 11th inning instantly etched his name in Yankees lore and extended the Curse of the Bambino for another year.

ALCS Game 7 results
Date Winner Loser Score
10/16/1985 Royals Blue Jays 6-2
10/15/1986 Red Sox Angels 8-1
10/16/2003 Yankees Red Sox 6-5
10/20/2004 Red Sox Yankees 10-3
10/21/2007 Red Sox Indians 11-2
10/19/2008 Rays Red Sox 3-1
Oct. 20, 2004 -- Red Sox 10, Yankees 3

The Red Sox became the first team in Major League history to recover from a 3-0 series deficit. Johnny Damon's two homers and six RBIs set up Boston to capture its first World Series title since 1918.

Oct. 21, 2007 -- Red Sox 11, Indians 2

Dustin Pedroia homered and drove in five runs, as Boston won its third straight game in the series by a combined score of 30-5, on its way to a second World Series title in four years.

Oct. 19, 2008 -- Rays 3, Red Sox 1

Tampa Bay, which never had topped 70 wins in its history, completed its shocking run to its first World Series, with starter Matt Garza striking out nine over seven stellar innings.