The Red Sox’ most recent World Series game prior to Wednesday was one to savor.
Jon Lester earned the win, Jonathan Papelbon locked down the save, and on the cool Colorado night of Oct. 28, 2007, the Red Sox wrapped up a four-game sweep of the Rockies.
Mike Lowell savors it. In fact, the smooth third baseman was a huge part of it, being named Most Valuable Player after homering in Game 4 and hitting . 400 for the Series.
Now Lowell is watching the latest Red Sox entrant in the Fall Classic as an analyst for the MLB Network. And he likes what he sees, though similarities to his 2007 team and even the ’04 champs (he was with the Marlins then) aren’t easily found. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.