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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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

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.”