Boston Red Sox parade time is here again. The third Red Sox parade to celebrate winning a World Series of the past 10 years is about to go down. On Wednesday night (Oct. 30) they eliminated the St. Louis Cardinals with a 6-1 Game 6 victory. Starting pitcher John Lackey had a brilliant performance, David Ortiz got on base four more times, and Shane Victorino drove in four runs to spur the team on.
After finishing last in the American League East during the 2012 season, it seemed unthinkable that the team could win the World Series the very next year. With some key acquisitions, that is exactly what they just accomplished. What makes this one extra special, though, was that it took place at Fenway Park, which makes this the first time since 1918 that the team has been able to clinch it at home.
While the partying downtown is going to go deep into the night, that won't be the end of the celebrations for the bearded wonders. Now the Boston Red Sox parade time will be set, the schedule will be revealed, and fans will start planning out where they want to be on the route. It's time for the city to celebrate, especially after a season where none of the experts picked them to win their division, let alone the 2013 World Series.
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