Red Sox win World Series again, dominate MLB in all areas Once-title-starved team claims second World Series title in four years ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jim Davis/Globe Staff Curt Schilling sprayed jubilant fans with champagne after the Red Sox clinched the 2007 AL East title. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Jonathan Papelbon, left, congratulated Manny Ramirez after he hit a walk-off home run to win Game 2 of the ALDS against the Angels. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Dustin Pedroia reacted after diving to grab a ball in the ALDS. Pedroia hit just .154 in the series. Jim Davis/Globe Staff J.D. Drew, right, helped transform the ALCS in the Red Sox' direction with a first-inning grand slam in Game 6 that sparked a 12-2 win, Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff Kevin Youkilis headed for home after slamming a home run in the eighth inning of the Red Sox' 11-2 win against the Indians in Game 7 of the ALCS. Jim Rogash/Getty Images The Red Sox came back from a 3-1 deficit in the ALCS to beat the Indians. That elicited a celebratory dance at Fenway Park from Papelbon. Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff For the second time in four years, fans arrived at Fenway Park for Game 1 of the World Series. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Ramirez trotted home for one of the Red Sox' 13 runs in a Game 1 win against the Rockies to start the World Series. Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff Josh Beckett left to a loud ovation after he threw seven innings and collected the win. Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff The Prudential Center was illuminated in support of the Red Sox during the series. Globe Staff Photo Drew was hit by a pitch in the second inning of Game 2. Bill Greene/Globe Staff The Red Sox had to work harder for a victory in Game 2. Papelbon celebrated after he closed out the 2-1 win. Bill Greene/Globe Staff It was Mike Lowell's RBI double in the fifth inning that ended up being the difference in Game 2. Globe Staff Photo Curt Schilling earned the win in Game 2 after throwing 5 1/3 innings and surrendering just four hits. Globe Staff Photo A disappointed Ramirez reacted to being called out at home plate by umpire Ted Barrett. The Red Sox claimed Game 3 10-5. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Lowell went airborne as he slid in for one of his two runs in Game 4. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Schilling shared a moment with fellow starter Jon Lester, who led the Red Sox to a 4-3 win in Game 4. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Papelbon was on the mound as the Red Sox closed out the Rockies to claim their second World Series title since 2004. Barry Chin/Globe Staff The Red Sox erupted from the dugout to celebrate on the Coors Field turf. Jim Davis/Globe Staff First-base coach Luis Alicea gave a bear hug to Lowell, who was named the series MVP. Globe Staff Photo For the second time in his young career, Youkilis celebrated a championship. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Lester, just a year removed from a fight against cancer, celebrated with his parents after earning the win in Game 4. Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff Ortiz carried the trophy off the plane at Logan Airport. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Lowell received kudos from adoring fans at Fenway Park as the Red Sox prepared for another victory parade. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff Once again, tens of thousands of fans came out to celebrate with the Red Sox. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Stephanie Chaves and Michelle Zullo of Everett were among the fans cheering on the Red Sox during the parade. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Fans found parade-watching positions high above Boylston Street to take in the scene. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Two-year-old Marco Carrillo witnessed his first Red Sox championship. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Ortiz presented the Commissioner's Trophy to thousands of adoring fans along Tremont Street. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Like he did at Fenway Park, Papelbon displayed his dance moves to fans during the rally. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Papelbon got other Red Sox players, such as Mike Timlin, to join him in the fun. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Jacoby Ellsbury met fans at a local Taco Bell after his stolen base in the World Series allowed fans to cash in on a promotion offering free tacos. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Five months later, the Red Sox unveiled yet another championship banner.