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Red Sox Bring World Series Trophy To Patriots Game

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Patriots owner Robert Kraft, fourth from left, beams as he stands next to the World Series trophy at Gillette Stadium on Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013. Kraft is surrounded by Red Sox players and Sox owner John Henry, second from left. (Credit: Twitter)

Patriots owner Robert Kraft, fourth from left, beams as he stands next to the World Series trophy at Gillette Stadium on Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013. Kraft is surrounded by Red Sox players and Sox owner John Henry, second from left. (Credit: Twitter)

FOXBORO (AP) — The World Series trophy is completing its tour of the Boston-area sports stadiums.

About a dozen Red Sox players wearing Patriots jerseys took the field before Sunday’s game between New England and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Jon Lester carried the trophy out. The players and owner John Henry then went over to the Patriots’ sideline to greet the New England players, including quarterback Tom Brady.

The Red Sox won their third World Series in 10 years on Wednesday night at Fenway Park.

The trophy made an appearance at the Bruins game on Thursday and the Celtics home opener on Friday. On Saturday, the World Series victory parade rolled through Boston on duck boats.

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