BOSTON (CBS) — A brutal fight after the Red Sox World Championship parade has left two men injured and two others facing charges.

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Liam Browne, 23, of West Roxbury and Kieran Boyle, 21, of Dedham were arraigned Tuesday in Boston Municipal Court on assault and battery charges.

Police say a large fight broke out on Milk Street after the parade.

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Browne allegedly kicked a 25-year-old Revere man in the head when he was already down on the ground. Likewise, Boyle allegedly kicked a 23-year-old Sterling man in the head when he was already down.

The victims were taken to Massachusetts General Hospital for treatment. There’s no word on their injuries.

Browne is out on $1,000 cash bail. Boyle is being held on $4,000 cash bail.

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Both men were ordered to stay away from the victims. They are due back in court in February.

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