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Patriots cheer on Red Sox in World Series victory 

The Red Sox clinched another World Series title on Sunday night, and the Patriots were quick to support their brothers in Boston sports. 

Chris Sale collected a strikeout to end Game 5 of the World Series, making the Red Sox world champions, and Red Sox Nation rightfully lost its collective mind.

Among them were Patriots players.

With Monday Night Football looming, the guys were able to watch their brothers in Boston sports hit homer after homer to secure another title for the city, and they were pumped.

Before the game started, Tom Brady posted his own take on "Do Damage," and earlier in the series, David Andrews reflected on being at Fenway Park for Game 1.

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Do Damage. Go Sox.

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Despite criticism and doubts coming into the postseason, David Price pitched a lights out game, going seven innings, giving up just three hits and striking out five. He wasn't the only one silencing doubters. After going hitless in 13 at-bats in the series, Mookie Betts launched a solo shot into left field.

Kyle Van Noy, Dont'a Hightower, Devin McCourty, James White and Cordarrelle Patterson all showed their support on Twitter.

When all was said and done the Red Sox put up four home runs for a 5-1 victory, including two from Steve Pearce, who was later named World Series MVP. According to NBC Boston's Marc Fortier, Steve had his eye on the MVP for another reason -- to celebrate at Gillette Stadium. Seriously.

We respect that.

Congratulations to the 2018 World Series Champions. File this under damage done.

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