Scotty Montefusco of Revere chose to come see Nava with his father rather than go trick or treating with his friends. Scotty says, “He’s my favorite player.”
Rebecca Roy drove down from Hooksett, New Hampshire because she wanted to say thank you. “We went through so much adversity this year, and the drive and the determination and they never gave up.”
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Nava says it’s unreal. “It hasn’t sunk in yet,” he explains. He says he remembers looking up and seeing all of the cameras flashing around Fenway last night in the 7th, 8th, and 9th innings, and says he will never forget the celebration.
One of the most special moments was sharing it with his wife and baby. He says he is grateful for the Red Sox for taking a chance on him. “They went out on a limb on a guy that was a one dollar sign and they didn’t have to do that.”
Nava says when he first came to Boston, he didn’t know what a duck boat parade was "
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