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The greatest legends in sports are so big that they need nicknames. Babe Ruth was "The Bambino" and the "Sultan of Swat." Willie Mays was the "Say-Hey Kid." Ted Williams, the "Splendid Splinter." The World Series? It's the "Fall Classic." That's how big it is. And it's never been bigger. For the first time, MLB.com lets you download every inning of every game on iTunes, so you can hold onto the magic of the 103rd World Series, where first-time entrants The Colorado Rockies take on The Boston Red Sox. Who will throw the last pitch like Tug McGraw and Adam Wainwright did? Who will deliver the big hits like Reggie Jackson and Joe Carter did? Who will be the hero and who will be the goat? Get each game here and collect them all, then relive your favorite Rocks and Sox moments right away. Welcome to the World Series. Welcome to the Fall Classic.

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The greatest legends in sports are so big that they need nicknames. Babe Ruth was "The Bambino" and the "Sultan of Swat." Willie Mays was the "Say-Hey Kid." Ted Williams, the "Splendid Splinter." The World Series? It's the "Fall Classic." That's how big it is. And it's never been bigger. For the first time, MLB.com lets you download every inning of every game on iTunes, so you can hold onto the magic of the 103rd World Series, where first-time entrants The Colorado Rockies take on The Boston Red Sox. Who will throw the last pitch like Tug McGraw and Adam Wainwright did? Who will deliver the big hits like Reggie Jackson and Joe Carter did? Who will be the hero and who will be the goat? Get each game here and collect them all, then relive your favorite Rocks and Sox moments right away. Welcome to the World Series. Welcome to the Fall Classic.

    • EPISODE 1

    2007 World Series, Game 1: Rockies at Red Sox

    2007 World Series, Game 1: Rockies 1 at Red Sox 13 F -- Boston batters kept up their torrid pace and starter Josh Beckett was at his playoff best, lifting the Red Sox in Game 1. Dustin Pedroia led off the first inning with a homer and the Red Sox ripped eight doubles to send Colorado to its first loss since Sept. 28.

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    • 2 Hours 47 Minutes

    2007 World Series, Game 1: Rockies 1 at Red Sox 13 F -- Boston batters kept up their torrid pace and starter Josh Beckett was at his playoff best, lifting the Red Sox in Game 1. Dustin Pedroia led off the first inning with a homer and the Red Sox ripped eight doubles to send Colorado to its first loss since Sept. 28.

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    • 2 Hours 47 Minutes
    • EPISODE 2

    2007 World Series, Game 2: Rockies at Red Sox

    2007 World Series, Game 2: Rockies 1 at Red Sox 2 F -- The Red Sox showed they can win without a double-digit scoring effort as Curt Schilling recorded his 11th career playoff win and Mike Lowell hit a tiebreaking RBI double in the fifth inning to boost Boston squarely into the Series driver's seat.

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    • 2 Hours 45 Minutes

    2007 World Series, Game 2: Rockies 1 at Red Sox 2 F -- The Red Sox showed they can win without a double-digit scoring effort as Curt Schilling recorded his 11th career playoff win and Mike Lowell hit a tiebreaking RBI double in the fifth inning to boost Boston squarely into the Series driver's seat.

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    • 2 Hours 45 Minutes
    • EPISODE 3

    2007 World Series, Game 3: Red Sox at Rockies

    2007 World Series, Game 3: Red Sox 10 at Rockies 5 F -- Good things came in twos for the Red Sox as they moved to within one victory of their second championship in four years. Jacoby Ellsbury matched a World Series record with two doubles in a six-run third inning as Boston jumped ahead. After the Rockies closed the gap to one run, Ellsbury and Dustin Pedroia cemented the win with back-to-back two-baggers in the eighth.

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    • 3 Hours 27 Minutes

    2007 World Series, Game 3: Red Sox 10 at Rockies 5 F -- Good things came in twos for the Red Sox as they moved to within one victory of their second championship in four years. Jacoby Ellsbury matched a World Series record with two doubles in a six-run third inning as Boston jumped ahead. After the Rockies closed the gap to one run, Ellsbury and Dustin Pedroia cemented the win with back-to-back two-baggers in the eighth.

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    • 3 Hours 27 Minutes
    • EPISODE 4

    2007 World Series, Game 4: Red Sox at Rockies

    2007 World Series, Game 4: Red Sox 4 at Rockies 3 F -- A scintillating seven-game winning streak that began in Cleveland with the season on the brink of elimination ended Sunday night with the Red Sox mobbing each other in the thin air of Coors Field of all places, culminating in a World Series championship that didn't take even close to 86 years this time around. By sweeping the Rockies with a 4-3 victory in Game 4, the Red Sox are champions of Major League Baseball for the second time in four seasons, once again doing it by giving their National League opponent the broom treatment. It was the seventh time the Red Sox have won the World Series. It all ended with Jonathan Papelbon, the closer who has been brilliant all year and into the postseason, striking out Seth Smith on 95-mph heat. The fiery right-hander tossed his glove high in the air with joy, took his hat off and then embraced catcher Jason Varitek after saving the World Series clincher for left-hander Jon Lester. From there, it was a sea of Red Sox piling on top of each other in the middle of the diamond.

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    • 2 Hours 41 Minutes

    2007 World Series, Game 4: Red Sox 4 at Rockies 3 F -- A scintillating seven-game winning streak that began in Cleveland with the season on the brink of elimination ended Sunday night with the Red Sox mobbing each other in the thin air of Coors Field of all places, culminating in a World Series championship that didn't take even close to 86 years this time around. By sweeping the Rockies with a 4-3 victory in Game 4, the Red Sox are champions of Major League Baseball for the second time in four seasons, once again doing it by giving their National League opponent the broom treatment. It was the seventh time the Red Sox have won the World Series. It all ended with Jonathan Papelbon, the closer who has been brilliant all year and into the postseason, striking out Seth Smith on 95-mph heat. The fiery right-hander tossed his glove high in the air with joy, took his hat off and then embraced catcher Jason Varitek after saving the World Series clincher for left-hander Jon Lester. From there, it was a sea of Red Sox piling on top of each other in the middle of the diamond.

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    • 2 Hours 41 Minutes
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