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Fans take to the streets as Red Sox advance to AL championship series
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BOSTON Exuberant Red Sox fans spilled out of Fenway Park tonight in a raucous celebration of the team's dramatic 8-6 tenth-inning victory over the Anaheim Angels that propelled Boston into the American League Championship series.

Twenty-two-year-old Josh Pardi watched the game through the window of the Crown Royal Club outside Fenway Park. He erupted into cheers and shouts as Ortiz drove in the winning run.

Pardi says it's great, it's unbelievable -- and he wants to see the team play the Yankees.

He says it's a great day in Boston tonight.

The win puts the Red Sox a step closer toward erasing last year's embarassing eleventh-inning loss to the New York Yankees in game seven of the American League Championship series.

The first game of the championship series will be Tuesday against the winner of the New York Yankees-Minnesota Twins series.

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