Boston Red Sox Win World Series: What Hollywood Is Saying

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Donnie Wahlberg congratulated the city on persevering after the Boston Marathon bombing, while Steve Martin made a jab at some Red Sox players' facial hair: "They can get back to their regular jobs of driving carriages for the Amish."

The Boston Red Sox are World Series champions for the third time in 10 years.  

Their 6-1, Game 6 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals marked the first time the team had won the World Series at Fenway Park since 1918. 

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Hollywood's baseball fans lit up Twitter to offer their congratulations to the storied team, with Boston native Chris Evans writing "CHAMPS!!!!!!! AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!! The last 12 years have been an embarrassment of riches as a Boston sports fan," and fellow Bostonian Dane Cook tweeting "Amazing time here on a historic night at Fenway! I was there in 2004, 2007 and now 2013." Donnie Wahlberg referenced how far the city has come since the Boston Marathon bombing earlier this year, tweeting "In the worst of times, we made the best of times! Words true as ever! So proud of our city, our team & our resilient people."

Steve Martin jokes about Red Sox players' facial hair, tweeting the players can "go back to their regular jobs of driving carriages for the Amish."

Find Hollywood's Red Sox tweets below.