The Boston Red Sox played like champions all season long.
They posted an American League-best 97-65 record during the regular season before closing the deal by beating the St. Louis Cardinals in six games to win the World Series. Now the Red Sox will party like champions, and you can catch all of the action streaming live online.
The city of Boston is set to celebrate the Red Sox's eighth World Series championship in team history and third since 2004. The title parade will start on Saturday at 9 a.m. ET in downtown Boston, and it can be viewed here, courtesy of MLB.com:
Not only were the Red Sox the league's best team this season, but they were also one of the most entertaining. With engaging personalities like David Ortiz, Jonny Gomes, Mike Napoli and a host of others leading the way, there is no telling what might happen during Saturday's celebration.
Whether you're a fan of the Red Sox or not, the championship parade is a baseball tradition, and you simply won't want to miss it.
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