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How many Major League baseball teams have won a seven game postseason series after trailing three games to zero?

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2015-07-16 18:23:35
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One. The 2004 Boston Red Sox beat the New York Yankees after trailing 3 nil in the American League Championship series. As of the beginning of the 2005 season they are the only MLB team to do so, and the first team of all major sports to do so outside of hockey.

The Boston Red Sox are the only team to accomplish this -- coming back form down 3-0 against the New York Yankees in the American League Championship Series

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