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(From China Daily)
ST LOUIS: The Boston Red Sox are World Series champions at long, long last. No more curse and no doubt about it.
They sure got you, Babe.
Ridiculed and reviled through decades of defeat, the Red Sox didn't just beat the St Louis Cardinals, owners of the best record in baseball, they swept them for their first crown since 1918.
Johnny Damon homered on the fourth pitch of the game, Derek Lowe made it stand up and the Red Sox won 3-0 on Wednesday to wrap up a Series in which they never trailed.
Chants of "Let's go, Red Sox!" bounced all around Busch Stadium, with Boston fans as revved up as they were relieved. Only 10 nights earlier, the Red Sox were just three outs from getting swept by the New York Yankees in the American League championship series before becoming the first team in baseball postseason history to overcome a 3-0 deficit.
It was Boston's sixth championship, but the first after 86 years of frustration and futility, after two world wars, the …