LIVE STREAM: Boston Red Sox Championship Parade – How To Watch Online

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The Boston Red Sox will be celebrating their 2018 World Series championship with the people of Boston on Wednesday, October 31.

Led by first-year manager Alex Cora, the Red Sox beat the NL Champion Los Angeles Dodgers 4 games to 1, otherwise known as a ‘gentleman’s sweep.’ Deserving of the title, the Red Sox’s were the MLB’s best team during the regular season, winning the NL East with a record of 108-54.

35-year-old journeyman outfielder and first baseman Steve Pearce was named the MVP, going 4-for-12 and driving in eight runs during the Fall Classic.

The Red Sox 2018 championship marks their fourth World Series title in the last 14 years and their third title in the last 10 years.

Find out how to watch the Boston Red Sox championship parade online below!


Boston Red Sox World Series Championship Parade Details: Live Stream & Route

Date: Wednesday, October 31
Time: 11 a.m. EST
Start: Boylston Street next to Fenway Park | Boston, Massachusettes
End: Staniford Street | Boston, Massachusettes
TV channel:  MLB Network
Live Stream: Boston’s CBS affiliate WBZ & MLB Network


Boston Red Sox 2018 World Series Championship Parade Live Stream – How To Watch Online

The Boston Red Sox 2018 Championship Parade can be lived streamed on Boston’s CBS affiliate WBZ and nationally on MLB Network.


Boston Red Sox World Series Championship Parade Route

The Boston Red Sox 2018 Championship Parade will begin at Boylston Street next to Fenway Park at 11 a.m. EST and end at Staniford Street.

Here's the route for the Red Sox parade on Wednesday explained in one map. pic.twitter.com/CsWWFGwBEj

— Matt Pepin (@mattpep15) October 30, 2018

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