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Conquering heroes return to Fenway
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BOSTON (AP) -- The Red Sox return home to a hero�s welcome. The chartered plane carrying the World Series champions landed at Boston�s Logan Airport shortly before 7 a-m . Players, coaches and team officials then boarded buses for a motorcade to Fenway Park.

By the time they arrived, hundreds of tired but jubilant Red Sox fans were waiting outside the historic ballpark. The fans erupted in cheers and chanted �Let�s go Red Sox,� as one by one the players got off the buses and into waiting vehicles.

Pedro Martinez climbed halfway out of the passenger side of his SUV, raised his right arm into the air and made the �number one� sign. Martinez thanked the fans for �keeping the faith� and believing in the team. He said he hopes this world championship won�t be the last one.

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