Bobby the Pig paid a visit to the Tasty Burger in the Fenway tonight, as Roar of the Tigers shows us.
A California photographer who claims the BSO owes him lots of money for the photographs it used for some Boston Pops concerts last year is, of course, suing.
The BSO replies that the photographer offered his work for free in exchange for letting him use the BSO name to try to drum up sponsorships for the "Visions of America" concerts. Since he couldn't find any sponsors, the BSO says it doesn't owe him the time of day.
They're hoping people who know these guys will call up Trooper Brian Simpkins of the Boston Barracks at 617-727-6780.
What a great day for a parade.
From Fenway Park to the banks of the Charles, Bostonians lined up early for a chance to see the 2013 World Champion Boston Red Sox - and doesn't that sound good to hear?
When the procession of Duck Boats got to the Boston Marathon finish line in Copley Square, it stopped. Jonny Gomes put the World Series trophy and a Boston 617 Strong jersey on the finish line. Then the players and fans listened and joined in a chorus of "God Bless America."
Glenn Cabo shows more of the scene:
Melissa Jean watched the sunset this evening.
Boston's better than that. Especially after this year, no one who truly loves the city of Boston should ever engage in willful wanton destruction. Let's band together and help Chad pay for what these idiots did. He shouldn't have to.
The Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports Boston and State Police made ten arrests in the area around Fenway Park last night - in addition to the guy Transit Police arrested after he allegedly ran into a Green Line tunnel.
Transit Police report arresting an Allston man after they say officers chased him from Blandford Street to Kenmore Square - through the B Line tunnel around 11:30 p.m.
William Goodhue, 23, was charged with trespassing. Police say they had to stop trolleys while officers chased him through the tunnel.
Derek McLeod photographed a car flipped by people after the Sox game on Boylston Street across from the Victory Gardens.
SWAT team got it on video, hopefully they find the perps
Robert Paul took another photo of the car.
Around 1 a.m., John Ford tweeted:
Crowd attempts to flip Porsche with passengers. Porsche guns it out of crowd. Crowd chases. Boylston.
All along Boylston in the Fenway, police reported being targets of bottles.
The mayor is asking businesses to let employees out at 4 p.m. and there are a series of planned road closings and parking bans.
This just in: If the Red Sox win, they're planning to shoot off some fireworks.
Somewhere out there is a guy who is no doubt very proud of himself - and very sticky - after photobombing ESPN with a bottle of Dr Pepper outside Fenway.
Ed. note: This raises the troubling question of which is more vile: Dr Pepper or Moxie?
The MBTA has replaced the applique of Chicken and Beer Guy with Jon Lester at Kenmore station just in time for tonight's game - and a day after somebody complained about the old homage.
H/t Susannah Telsey.
A Concord man was ordered to stay away from Fenway Park today at his arraignment on larceny charges for an incident early Sunday, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
Thomas Robbins, 23, was nabbed after a Sox staff member noticed him rooting around in the Red Sox clubhouse following their ALCS victory, the DA's office reports, noting that Fenway is "America's most beloved ballpark."
The staff member approached Robbins and asked what he was doing there, at which point Robbins started to leave and dropped a baseball glove belonging to first baseman Mike Napoli.
No, don't worry, ceiling tiles aren't falling on people and the tracks aren't broken or anything. But Paul McNamara says it's really past time to paint over the Josh Beckett memorial.