November 01, 2013
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Red Sox president Larry Lucchino said the club wants to use Saturday's victory parade to show its appreciation to its fans.
Lane Turner/Globe staff
Paul Kawa of Medford gathered a pile of Red Sox gear at Modell's on Thursday. "This is all going to Florida" for family and friends, he said.
David L. Ryan/Globe Staff
Arthur D'Angelo, 86, sat at his souvenir shop across the street from Fenway Park.
A banner hung on the front of the Massachusetts State House.
Brock Parker for the Boston Globe
A 2013 World Series banner was unveiled at Fenway Park Thursday.
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A woman shopped for Red Sox gear the day after the team won the World Series.
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A man browsed T-shirts bearing the names of Red Sox players after the team won Game 6.
AP Photo/Elise Amendola
Fans took pictures of the Fenway Park scoreboard following the Red Sox victory.
AP Photo/Matt Slocum
A man wore a Red Sox World Series hat as he boarded a plane in Boston.
AP Photo/Charles Dharapak
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney donned a Red Sox cap Thursday.
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Boston University police officers cheered as the Red Sox scored in the fourth inning.
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Team chairman Tom Werner, principal owner John Henry, and general manager Ben Cherington are seen with the trophy.
Fans celebrated outside Gate B at Fenway Park.
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