From Dodger Stadium to Kenmore Square, the celebration is underway for the 2018 World Series champion Boston Red Sox.
Fans from coast to coast are reveling in the team's fourth title in the last 15 seasons, which it clinched on Sunday night by defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers, 5-1, to win the series in five games.
Celebrations just outside of Fenway Park, Boston Common, and everywhere else in the city have drawn massive crowds, while sporting goods stores are already opening up to sell off the latest batch of Red Sox World Series Championship merchandise.
The Boston Globe unleashed Monday's front page after the win, depicting an image of the latest World Championship.
For the most part, fans have been behaving themselves in the hours following Boston's win. As of 1 a.m. Eastern, only one arrest has been confirmed in the city.
Red Sox fans will have a chance to celebrate once again later this week, when the city holds its 11th Duck Boat Parade since the turn of the century. The date of the parade hasn't been announced yet.
It's the fourth championship for the Red Sox this century, only one fewer than the Patriots. The Celtics and Bruins have one title each.