The Boston Red Sox Left a $195,000 Tip After Decadent World Series Party

They ordered a LOT of champagne and whiskey.
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Manager Alex Cora of the Boston Red Sox celebrates with champagne in the clubhouse after winning the 2018 World Series in game five at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California.

Manager Alex Cora of the Boston Red Sox celebrates with champagne in the clubhouse after winning the 2018 World Series in game five at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California.

The Boston Red Sox celebrated their 2018 World Series win over the LA Dodgers like true champs—by dropping a whopping half million bucks at a Los Angeles nightclub. 

The MLB titlists reportedly racked up an astronomical $300,000 bar tab at a Nightingale Plaza party. A Red Sox team member generously left a $195,000 tip, bringing the total to nearly $500,000. 

TMZ obtained an itemized receipt of their boozy indulgences: 

  • 60 bottles of Moet
  • 48 bottles of Dom Perignon
  • 43 bottles of Ace of Spades
  • 17 bottles of Jack Daniels
  • 12 bottles of Perrier-Jouet
  • 11 bottles of Jameson
  • 5 bottles of Veuve Clicquot
  • 1 bottle of Cristal
  • Multiple bottles of Don Julio and Belvedere
Mookie Betts #50 and J.D. Martinez #28 of the Boston Red Sox celebrate with champagne in the clubhouse after winning the 2018 World Series

Mookie Betts #50 and J.D. Martinez #28 of the Boston Red Sox celebrate with champagne in the clubhouse after winning the 2018 World Series

ESPN credits new Red Sox manager Alex Cora as the breakout star who created a championship culture in Boston.

"Everything he did worked," said pitcher Nathan Eovaldi, whose World Series performance was made possible by Cora's experimental strategy. "He just has a way of making you believe."