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Through the 2008 World Series, the last 3 Series to go 7 games: 1) 2002 - Angels v. Giants - the Angels won Game 7 and the winning pitcher was John Lackey.

2) 2001 - Diamondbacks v. Yankees - The Diamondbacks won Game 7 and the winning pitcher was Randy Johnson.

3) 1997 - Marlins v. Indians - the Marlins won Game 7 and the winning pitcher was Jay Powell.

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