Red Sox World Series parade: Details announced for championship celebration in Boston
Red Sox fans can celebrate a World Series title and Halloween on the same day
The Boston Red Sox cemented their legacy as on Sunday night, defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 5 to . With 119 wins between the regular season and playoffs, the Red Sox and their fans had plenty of celebrating to do this year. They'll party again on Wednesday, October 31 for their World Series parade.
Boston city officials announced the details of the parade Monday morning. Full information can be found here.
Red Sox World Series parade details
Date: Wednesday, Oct. 31
Time: 11 a.m.
Start: Boylston Street beside Fenway Park
End: Staniford Street
Boston will break out duck boats for the team to ride through the city. It's a tradition in Boston, and city officials enjoyed pointing out they have gotten used to hosting these kinds of events in recent years. Here's video of the announcement from Mayor Marty Walsh and other city officials.
Yes, it falls on Halloween, so hopefully we see some great costumes in the crowd. If you're a Red Sox fan who would rather wear the championship attire,.
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