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Keith Foulke threw out the first pitch at Fenway Park as part of a celebration of the 2004 World Series-winning Red Sox team.
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Jason Varitek recreated his leap into Foulke’s arms, just as he did in 2004 as other players looked on.
Varitek, Foulke — and other team members — shared a laugh.
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Members of the 2004 team and friends yelled “play ball” before the current team’s game against the Rays.
Nomar Garciaparra and Varitek walked onto the field.
Team members watched a video tribute to their championship season.
Bronson Arroyo couldn’t attend because he’s currently with the Reds, but he offered his former teammates a video toast.
Pedro Martinez held the championship trophy as Kevin Millar watched during a Duck Boat ride on the field.
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Millar tossed baseballs from a Duck Boat.
The celebration was a chance for the team and fans to recognize each other.
The 2004 team’s motto was “Bunch of Idiots.” But they were also champions.
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Jill Beique with her son Ayden Beique, 8, were at Fenway.
Fans reacted to the 2004 team before the start of the Rays game.
Before 2004, no Red Sox team had won a World Series since 1918.
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Tony Morgan took in the night’s events.
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Ed Coffer and Rina Coffer turned out for the second-to-last home game of the season.
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Roger Clemens, who was not on the 2004 team, shook hands with bench coach Tim Bogar during batting practice.
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