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Boston Red Sox parade to start at Fenway Park

The Red Sox will have their parade Saturday morning, giving their fans a chance to celebrate their newly-minted title.

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The Boston Red Sox won their third World Series title in the past 10 years on Wednesday night, defeating the St. Louis Cardinals four games to two, thus earning a parade.

The aforementioned parade will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday at Fenway Park says Mayor Menino, according to WEEI. This is becoming old-hat for the Red Sox and their legion of followers, who after waiting 86 years from 1918-2004, have now been celebrating on what seems like an annual basis.

The exact route after it departs from Fenway Park is unconfirmed, but in the past, the parade has gone down Boylston Street, then through Copley Square and into the downtown area. It has also been confirmed that the famous duck boats will be involved, according to Masslive.com.

Should this be the route, it will pass through the finish line of the Boston Marathon. If that is the case, it would certainly be an emotional moment for all those involved.

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