November 03, 2013
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Steve Horgan reenacted his now-famous salute as the crowd cheered at Fenway Park before the parade.
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Bradley Bettez, left, his sister Megan, right, and Easton Minardi waited for the parade.
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It was standing room only on the train from Rockport.
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Garret McKinnon, 12, of Scituate staked out a spot along the parade route.
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MVP David Ortiz waved to the crowd in Copley Square.
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David Ortiz held a champion belt at the start of the parade.
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Fans lined Boylston Street in the Back Bay.
Shadows of fans were seen waving at the corner of Berkley Street.
Red Sox fans lined Boylston Street near the Boston Common.
Shane Victorino hoisted the World Series trophy as the rolling rally passed City Hall Plaza.
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Bob Balfour of Melrose held up his Boston Marathon bib at the finish line during the parade.
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Nkolo Nyada, 29, of Attleboro wore a long beard near the Esplanade.
David Ortiz jogged down Boylston Street toward the Boston Marathon finish line.
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Jonny Gomes waved the trophy to cheering fans.
Pitcher Jake Peavy pointed to the sea of fans as the boat rolled past the Boston Common.
Confetti rained down on fans on Boylston Street.
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Duck boats came in close to shore for fans to see team.
Craig Breslow, Andrew Bailey, Koji Uehara, and Junichi Tazawa greeted the crowd on Berkeley Street.
Fans lining Boylston Street outside of the Boston Public Library cheered.
Shane Victorino smiled as he held the World Series trophy aloft near Suffolk University.
Fans reached for the players and the falling confetti on Tremont Street.
Fans lined the streets to cheer on the team.
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Jonny Gomes, with his son, held up the World Series trophy near the Boston Public Library.
Crowds gathered to watch as duck boats carrying Red Sox players cruised past the Esplanade.
A man stood on the Copley Square bus station stop.
Marathon Sports Boston Store manager Shane O'Hara (right) embraced Red Sox player Jarrod Saltalamacchia at the Boston Marathon finish line.
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The World Series trophy was placed at the Marathon finish line during a somber ceremony.