Red Sox bring party back to Boston for Wednesday parade

The World Series champion Boston Red Sox have returned to Fenway Park, carrying the championship trophy they won a night earlier.

Hundreds greet World Series champions' arrival home

Artist Kevin Shea works on a painting outside Fenway Park in Boston on Monday, ahead of the Red Sox' arrival home after winning the World Series on Sunday. (Michael Dwyer/Associated Press)

The World Series champion Boston Red Sox have returned to Fenway Park, carrying the championship trophy they won a night earlier.

A caravan of buses arrived at Fenway on Monday night, less than 24 hours after the Red Sox beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-1 to win the World Series in five games, giving the organization its fourth title since 2004.

A couple hundred fans and about a half-dozen TV cameras were waiting for the team.

Fans started cheering when the buses arrived and roared when catcher Christian Vazquez got off the second bus holding the trophy.

Watch highlights of Boston's World Series victory over the Dodgers:

The Boston Red Sox win their ninth World Series title in franchise history after a 5-1 win in game five of the 2018 World Series. 2:34

Manager Alex Cora got off the first bus and held his index finger aloft to acknowledge the crowd. The players grabbed their luggage and left in their vehicles — with Brock Holt tooting his horn as he drove off. Many waved to the crowd, but none spoke.

The city of Boston has planned a parade of Duck Boats for Wednesday.

Steve Pearce hit two homers and drove in three runs in the clincher, earning World Series MVP honours.


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