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Scenes from the Red Sox’ 2020 Truck Day

The Red Sox’ Truck Day tradition started in 2003.
The Red Sox’ Truck Day tradition started in 2003. David L Ryan/Globe Staff
Harmony Larose posed with team mascots Wally and Tessie.
Harmony Larose posed with team mascots Wally and Tessie. David L Ryan/Globe Staff
Fan cheered for the departure of the Red Sox equipment truck.
Fan cheered for the departure of the Red Sox equipment truck.David L Ryan/Globe Staff
Former Red Sox player Manny Delcarmen signed autographs.
Former Red Sox player Manny Delcarmen signed autographs.David L Ryan/Globe Staff
A Boston police officer caught a souvenir ball from the procession before the equipment truck headed south to Fort Myers, Fla.
A Boston police officer caught a souvenir ball from the procession before the equipment truck headed south to Fort Myers, Fla.David L Ryan/Globe Staff
Red Sox fan Ellen Nichols of Holbrook posed with team mascot Wally.
Red Sox fan Ellen Nichols of Holbrook posed with team mascot Wally. David L Ryan/Globe Staff
Milford native Al Hartz is the truck driver for the 24th year.
Milford native Al Hartz is the truck driver for the 24th year.David L Ryan/Globe Staff