It's a real treat for Halloween.
The Red Sox Victory Parade rolls through the streets of Boston, with World Series champions on colorful duck boats and thousands of cheering fans along the parade route that started at Fenway Park.
Boston celebrates Red Sox's ninth World Series Championship, and on Wednesday morning at Fenway Park, team members celebrated their historic victory with fans before today's duck boat parade through the streets of the city. At the front of the parade was a duck boat that carried the members of the Dropkick Murphys.
When the band's band reached Massachusetts Avenue and Boylston Street, a member shouted, "They're ready to Mass Ave ?!". Konetti could fly
Red Sox star David Price managed the parade of one of the duck boats in a bright red "Do damage" hoodie. As he rolled past the crowd, the horns honked and sang "MVP! MVP! "Broke out of fans.
Discovery on another duck boat: Former Sox slugger David Ortiz, a golden World Series trophy raised solemnly above his head.
When longtime Sox station Jerry Remy appeared on a duck boat, he raised his blue cap to the crowd as people cheered, "Jerry, Jerry, Jerry!"
Remy is being treated for cancer, and earlier at the hospital That day He told the fans that he had "kicked a crab."
During the same ceremony in Fenway, the fans went wild when manager Alex Cora appeared on stage during a pre-match celebration.
"It was a A fantastic run, it was a fantastic year, "he said.
Cora praised his team's work last season and thanked the team's owners for hiring him as Red Sox Manager last year
"They gave me a shot. They trusted me, "said Cora.
Steve Pearce, MVP of the World Series team, grew up as a Red Sox fan. He was asked how he would have reacted if he had been told as a child that he would one day ride a duck boat as part of a Red Sox championship.
"He would have believed it. This is a dream that has come true for me, "said Pearce.
Jackie Bradley, Jr., said of the upcoming parade," It's going to be a lot of fun … we can not wait to see everyone Bradley said,
Crew members of the World Series Championship trophies were sitting on a bleachers table nearby, with Governor Charlie Baker and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh also rocking the front of the parade Red Sox sweatshirts.
"They live in the golden years, folks," Baker told the fans.
Along Boston's Boylston Street, Boston police said in a Twitter post There was much enthusiasm from the fans.  "Men and women of the #BPD are thrilled that today at the @RedSox #WorldSeries Victory Parade !!! we behave today like champions !!!", the police wrote.
Local officials – including the mayor of Boston, Martin J. Walsh – asked visitors to use public transport. And it looks like the fans have accepted the advice: the MBTA reports that many of the parking lots are full, including Riverside, Wonderland, Alewife and Quincy Adams.
Earlier in the morning some fans already had their favorite hours before the start of the parade.
Irene Kelley from Melrose had secured herself a seat in the front row at 7:41 am in front of Park Street Station. She grabbed a lunch, a book and brought a small chair, against which she sat down the barrier that forms the parade route.
"I was not sure what time it was in the first row … so I thought it was good to come early, even if it was too early," she said.
Kelley said the World Series parade and winning were important to her because her father, a big Sox fan, died last year.
"I give him … recognition," she said. "He was born in 1919 and followed them all these years."
Sande Collins from Bolton is an innovator. Watching the Red Sox roll down Boylston Street on Duck Boats in 2013, she used a cement flower bed – no flowers in it – do not worry – as a bench and later to watch the parade.
"Last time we had a great sightseeing," she said, waiting for her husband, daughter, and daughter's friends to join her.
On Tremont Street, Brooke Jacobs and her brother Michael traveled to Bellingham to see the parade. They stood at the barrier drinking a cup of Dunkin coffee and trying to stay warm before the rally. The siblings had both skipped work for the day with the blessing of their respective employers.
Brooke, who teaches in Newton, told her boss that the school was better off finding a replacement because she would not miss the parade.
"So I thought," I'm not coming in. "She laughed, holding a" Damage Done "sign.
They've been in all Boston rider championship rallies since 2011 and keep coming back.  "[The]" When we first got there, we met some people hanging around here so why not come back, "Michael said.
Alex Staples, 22, got up at dawn and drove from Maine to Boston to meet her friend Nicole Schena, 22, from Andover. The couple arrived at 6:30.
It's their first championship parade, but the couple was lucky enough to participate in Game 2 of the World Series at Fenway Park. On Wednesday morning, they found a corner on Boylston Street-a small stone island at a normally busy intersection-where they camp.
"We have a small corner," said Staples.