The Red Sox World Series victory parade is slated for Saturday at 10 a.m. The route will generally be the same as the one the team took in 2004, when the Sox won the first of their three championships in the past nine years. A look at the route, as well as some tips on watching the parade:
The Red Sox parade route
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