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Experience all the best sights and sounds from another Red Sox championship parade

Boston Red Sox fans stand outside Fenway Park, waiting to watch the team's parade celebrating the World Series championship over the Los Angeles Dodgers, Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018, in Boston. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa) (Charles Krupa/AP)

Three days after winning the 2018 World Series at Dodger Stadium, the Red Sox took things back to Boston for a day-long celebration -- and the team's fourth championship parade in the last 15 years.
The party started even before the duck boats got rolling, thanks to a morning rally inside Fenway Park. Seemingly every Boston luminary made an appearance -- from Mayor Marty Walsh:

To Big Papi himself:

To broadcaster Jerry Remy:

Of course, plenty of players and coaches got a chance to say some words, too. Alex Cora, for example, had some words for everyone who may have doubted his squad after they dropped ALDS Game 2 to the archrival Yankees:

Steve Pearce was serenaded with some very fitting "MVP" chants:

In the end, though, the best message came from Nathan Eovaldi's son:

From there, it was time for the parade. The duck boats were ready:

The fans were definitely ready:

And if you think their singing was on point, wait until you see the signs:

As were Griff Holt and his dad, Brock:

Downtown Boston was packed: 

Chris Sale gave everybody a brief flashback to his fiery speech in the dugout during World Series Game 4:

Hey, it's Pedro!

Keep refreshing this post for more updates from a historic day in Beantown.