Who played in the 2007 World Series?

Who played in the 2007 World Series?

2007 World Series – Boston Red Sox over Colorado Rockies (4-0) | Baseball-Reference.com.

When did the Rockies last go to the World Series?

The Rockies have never won a division title, but they advanced to the 2007 World Series after gaining a playoff berth as the NL Wild Card entrant (as owner of the best record for a non-division-winning team in the NL). The team began play in 1993, along with the Florida Marlins, as an expansion team.

Who won the World Series in 2009?

New York Yankees2009 World Series / Champion

Where did the Colorado Rockies play in 2007?

They played their home games at Coors Field (Park Factors: 0/0) where 2,376,250 fans witnessed their 2007 Rockies finish the season with a .552 winning percentage. Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a unique set of rosters not easily found on the Internet.

Who did Colorado play in the 2007 World Series?

Colorado started the series with the Arizona Diamondbacks on October 11, 2007, at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona. The Diamondbacks came into the game having swept the Chicago Cubs in the NLDS in three games. Colorado took the first two games, including a 3-2 extra-inning victory in Game 2.

Who did the Colorado Rockies beat in the World Series?

The Rockies beat the Red Sox 2-1 in a three game series at Fenway Park between June 12 and 14. The Rockies entered the Series having won 21 of their last 22 games, going back to the end of the regular season, including sweeps of the Philadelphia Phillies in the NLDS and the Arizona Diamondbacks in the NLCS.

What was the average attendance for the 2007 Colorado Rockies?

The streak then ended, as the Rockies were swept in the 2007 World Series by the Boston Red Sox. The Rockies drew 2,376,250 fans for the season, their highest total since 2002. The average home attendance was 28,978. December 5, 2006: LaTroy Hawkins was signed as a free agent by the Colorado Rockies.