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The streets of Boston were jammed with fans after the Red Sox defeated the St. Louis Cardinals to win the 2013 World Series ...
Thursday night. It was the first time since 1918 that the Red Sox won the final game of the World Series at home. (Oct. 31)
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OLV SHOTLISTSOURCE - ASSOCIATED PRESS - AP CLIENTS ONLYBoston, Massachusetts - 30/31 October, 20131. Mid/Wide/Pan, fans in stands celebrate as final out of game is recorded2. SOUNDBITE (English) Jack Diggins, Visiting from Virginia"It was awesome. The atmosphere was great. Kind of make friends with everyone around you. Support the team."3. SOUNDBITE (English) Jeff Diggins, Visiting from Virginia:" Yeah, what a great city. Boston's strong, the fans were great, it's just an outstanding series."4. Mid/pan fans outside celebrating5. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Keith Patrick, Boston Resident" What I have to report wouldn't do it any justice. Because I just witnessed history. It was something bigger than me. Bigger than what I saw. It was awesome."6. Close. Fans outside celebrating.7. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Chris Govey, Boston Resident"Unbelievable, man, it's the best feeling in the world when you get to see your home team go all the way to the World Series and clinching Game 6 at Fenway Park. Unreal."8. Wide. Street filled with fans9. Mid. Boston police car10. Mid, Police in yellow vests11. Wide, street filled with fansSTORYLINE:The old ballpark was packed for a celebration nearly a century in the making. Players danced around the infield with their families. Fans remained in the stands, savoring a long-awaited moment generations of New Englanders had never been able to witness. Turmoil to triumph. Worst to first. A clincher at Fenway Park. David Ortiz and the Boston Red Sox, baseball's bearded wonders, capped their remarkable turnaround by beating the St. Louis Cardinals 6-1 in Game 6 on Wednesday night to win their third World Series championship in 10 seasons. And the Red Sox didn't even have to fly the trophy home. For the first time since Babe Ruth's team back in 1918, Boston won the title at Fenway. The 101-year-old stadium, oldest in the majors, was jammed with 38,447 singing, shouting fans anticipating a party that had been building for more than nine decades. The streets filled with fans celebrating, many proclaiming their team's win as historic. "What I have to report wouldn't do it any justice, commented Boston resident Keith Patrick. "Because I just witnessed history. It was something bigger than me. Bigger than what I saw. It was awesome."Red Sox fan Chris Govey echoed that feeling. ""Unbelievable, man, it's the best feeling in the world when you get to see your home team go all the way to the World Series and clinching Game 6 at Fenway Park. Unreal."(****END****)