Red Sox Nation rejoiced as its beloved team reached the World Series in dramatic fashion, having just overcome a three-games-to-one deficit in the ALCS by outscoring the Cleveland Indians 30-5 in the final three contests. There they met the sizzling Colorado Rockies - victors in 21 of their last 22 games and just the second team ever to win their first seven in the postseason. But while both teams came into the World Series on fire, only one continued that torrid pace. The Red Sox briskly swept the Rockies aside to capture their second title of the decade and their second straight Fall Classic sweep. It's all here. The power of Big Papi, Manny and Kevin Youkilis. The emergence of young stars Jacoby Ellsbury and Dustin Pedroia. Beckett, Papelbon, Dice-K - all the magnificent men on the mound. And thanks to the unprecedented access and wireless microphones of MLB Productions, you'll relive every crucial moment - be a part of the clubhouse celebration - and ride along with the Series MVP Mike Lowell during the championship parade. Boston waited 86 years to end its World Series title drought in 2004. It took just three years to win another. Red Sox Nation could get used to this.