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Friday was a day of celebration at Fenway Park, and Kevin Millar and Pedro Martinez took that message to heart. The former Boston World Series winners led a toast prior to the Red Sox-Yankees game on Friday, and they both seemed rather sloshed. I’m not sure how to describe the scene other than Millar reminded me of Will Ferrell jumping on stage to crash the Snoop Dogg show during “Old School.” I’m surprised Millar didn’t lead the crowd streaking down Yawkey Way and into the quad. Below is another video, and this one culminates with Millar saying “I think we’re done … this is awkward now.” Your browser does not support iframes. Video via Jimmy Traina
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