For Boston Red Sox first baseman Mike Napoli, the fun didn't stop after his squad won the World Series on Wednesday. Or after the team's parade on Saturday.
Napoli, a crucial part of Boston's run to its third championship in the last decade, was spotted walking around Boston on Saturday with his shirt off and a cigarette in his mouth. He rolled through several bars, and before long his antics had gone viral.
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Napoli was a key cog for the Red Sox this year after signing with the club during the offseason. He had a career-high 129 hits and 92 RBIs in 498 at-bats.
When asked what he had been up to since the Red Sox clinched the title on Wednesday, Napoli, who was on the Texas Rangers in 2011 when they lost to St. Louis in the World Series, had a great answer.
"Partying, having a good time, enjoying the people," he said. "It's been fun."