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Fans watched Red Sox batting practice from the outfield bleachers before World Series Game 6.
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Joseph Lombardo, 28, of Somerville looked to see if the ticket line had started moving as he waited to try to score a ticket to Game 6.
Big League Brian was silhouetted as he balanced his cap on his nose before the start of Game 6.
Don Smead of Putney, Vt., wore a "B" on his bald head as he attended what he said was his 1,289th Red Sox game.
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The Dropkick Murphys sang while Irish step dancers performed before Game 6.
John Lackey reacted after getting an out.
Shane Victorino drove in three runners to give the Red Sox the lead in the third inning.
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Jonny Gomes slid home safely, scoring the third run.
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Stewart Norwood, 23, (center) and Dylan Currie, 24, reacted at Forum in Boston as Shane Victorino drove in three runs in the third inning.
Jonny Gomes leaped in the air as he was greeted by Jarrod Saltalamacchia in the third inning.
Fans reacted to runs scored during the fourth inning.
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The Cardinals dugout was quiet in the eighth inning.
Fans Brandon Frye (left) and J.D. Bessey reacted after the Red Sox scored a run in the fourth inning.
Jacoby Ellsbury got caught in a rundown between first and second base in the fifth inning, but he made it back to first safely.
Ben Blum, 27, Dan Gommel, 26, Chris Blum, 25, and Pat Hitchcock, 29, reacted at Forum in Boston as Jacoby Ellsbury escaped the rundown.
John Lackey tipped his hat after being pulled from the game in the seventh inning.
The Red Sox ran out of the dugout to begin celebrating their World Series win. The Sox beat the Cardinals 6-1.
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Closer Koji Uehara was lifted by catcher David Ross.
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The last time the Red Sox won the World Series at Fenway Park was in 1918.
Julia Hill, 28, of Providence reacted as the Red Sox won.
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Koji Uehara celebrated the victory with teammates.
The Red Sox were jubilant at the end of the game.
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Police patrolled Lansdowne Street outside of Fenway Park.
David Ortiz hugged manager John Farrell.
Ben Eley of Blue Hill, Maine, cheered as police started to clear the crowds from the Fenway Park area during the fifth inning.
The Red Sox celebrated with showers of champagne in the clubhouse.
The crowd in Kenmore Square reacted as the Red Sox won the World Series.
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Fans at Latino Restaurant in Jamaica Plain celebrated.
Police officers in riot gear moved crowds back after celebrations got out of control outside of Fenway Park.
People climbed atop an overturned car outside of Fenway Park.
As fireworks exploded over Fenway Park, baseball commissioner Bud Selig presented the championship trophy to the Larry Lucchino, Tom Werner, John Henry, Ben Cherington, and John Farrell.
People climbed to the top of traffic lights outside of Fenway Park after the victory.
Jonny Gomes waved the championship flag behind teammate Shane Victorino, who was doing a television interview on the field following the win.
Fans celebrated on Boylston Street.
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Fans cheered as the World Series Trophy was shown.
Smoke from fireworks filled the ballpark as the Red Sox players celebrated on the field.
Fans celebrated by jumping on a moving cab on Massachusetts Avenue.
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