Found October 31, 2013 on Fenway Refugees:
PLAYERS: Ryan Dempster
TEAMS: Boston Red Sox
Ryan Dempster obviously did not want the party to end last night (or technically, this morning). The Red Sox pitcher was photographed throwing batting practice into the wee hours of the morning for family and friends: 3AM .@RyanDempsterFDN Ryan pitches BP. Pro Tip: #takeoffweddingringwhilehittingwithwoodenbatandnoglovesouch pic.twitter.com/mO0PrMhBoX — Mike O'Malley (@TheMikeOMalley) October 31, 2013 Later, security would ask the players to leave the park, but no one listened to them because it's the freaking World Series and the Red Sox just won. They'll party all night and well into the morning if they want to. Goodness knows they deserved it.
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