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Byline: Mike Harrington
Oct. 30--DENVER -- Their fans partied in the box seats of Coors Field for more than two hours after the game and on the streets of LoDo, the Mile High city's party district, into the wee hours of Monday morning.
New England's longest-suffering loyalists now have that winning feeling. After 86 years of heartbreak ended three years ago in St. Louis, Red Sox Nation celebrated its second World Series title in four seasons Sunday night. And while the rival Yankees continue to live in turmoil, the Boston Red Sox have a sobering message for the rest of baseball.
This is a team built for the long haul.
"It hasn't sunk in and it probably won't for a while," rookie second baseman Dustin Pedroia said in the madcap …