WASHINGTON (CBS) – Boston sports fans have been saying for years that their city is “Titletown, USA” and a new Congressional resolution is backing them up.

A resolution sponsored by all New England senators to congratulate the Boston Red Sox on their 2018 World Series win says the team’s victory “convincingly cements [Boston’s] legacy as ‘Titletown, USA.’”

Read The Resolution (PDF)

The Red Sox, Boston Bruins, Boston Celtics and New England Patriots have won 11 championships since 2001.

A World Series flag waves in the Red Sox victory parade (WBZ-TV)

The resolution notes the Red Sox utter dominance this season, saying 108 regular season wins and an 11-3 record in the playoffs allow the Sox to “stake a claim as one of the greatest teams in baseball history.”

Manager Alex Cora and every member of the roster get a shout-out in the resolution, which includes the very funny line “Whereas pitcher David Price ‘holds all the cards now.’”

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who sponsored the bill, tweeted a photo Wednesday of her and fellow Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey with California senators Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris holding a Red Sox champions banner. Feinstein and Harris delivered on their World Series wager with the Bay State senators by handing over Dodger Dogs and guacamole.

A resolution in the House is expected to be introduced this week by Massachusetts Rep. Richard Neal.

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