The Best Footage From The Red Sox Championship Parades In Boston And Puerto Rico

The 11th Boston championship parade since 2002 was one for the books.  Beers were chugged, beers were thrown, some people were hit by said beers.  But aside from a few degenerate high school kids, it was a blast for everyone involved.

Alex Cora got things started at Fenway with a great speech in which he addressed all the naysayers who expressed doubt after the loss to the Yankees in Game 2 of the ALDS:

Devin LaBrie, a videographer from New Hampshire, made the trip down to Boston for the parade.  He followed the duckboats for the entire route and captured some excellent footage:

 

Facebook page “Only In Boston” compiled all of the social media clips from players to create a nine-minute video of the parade from their perspective:

 

The celebration continued on Saturday when Cora headed to his home country of Puerto Rico with David Price, Brock Holt, Sandy Leon, Eduardo Rodriguez, and fellow Puerto Rican Christian Vazquez:

Three months until Spring Training and these guys are going to enjoy every last second of it.  Well-deserved.

 

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