American League Division Series

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In Major League Baseball, the American League Division Series (ALDS) determines which two teams from the American League will advance to the American League Championship Series. The Division Series consists of two best-of-five series, featuring the three division winners and the winner of the wild-card play-off.

By Season

Season Winning Team Home Venue Losing Team Home Venue Home Programs
1998 Cleveland Indians Jacobs Field Boston Red Sox Fenway Park Red Sox
1999 Boston Red Sox Fenway Park Cleveland Indians Jacobs Field Red Sox
2007 Boston Red Sox Fenway Park Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Angel Stadium of Anaheim Red Sox
2008 Boston Red Sox Fenway Park Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Angel Stadium of Anaheim Red Sox
Tampa Bay Rays Tropicana Field Chicago White Sox U.S. Cellular Field Rays • White Sox
2009 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Angel Stadium of Anaheim Boston Red Sox Fenway Park Red Sox
2010 Texas Rangers Rangers Ballpark in Arlington Tampa Bay Rays Tropicana Field Rays
2011 Texas Rangers Rangers Ballpark in Arlington Tampa Bay Rays Tropicana Field Rays
2012 Detroit Tigers Comerica Park Oakland Athletics O.co Coliseum Tigers
2013 Boston Red Sox Fenway Park Tampa Bay Rays Tropicana Field Red Sox
2016 Cleveland Indians Progressive Field Boston Red Sox Fenway Park Red Sox
2017 Houston Astros Minute Maid Park Boston Red Sox Fenway Park Astros • Red Sox
2018 Boston Red Sox Fenway Park New York Yankees Yankee Stadium Red Sox
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