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Celebrating the Champions: Buzz Residents at the Astros Parade

Jordan Magaziner Steinfeld
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Approximately one million fans gathered downtown on Friday afternoon to celebrate the Houston Astros' historic World Series win. See below for photos of Buzz residents.

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  • Astros

    The crowd went wild as they spotted the champions and shouted "MVP" as they saw George Springer holding up the Commissioner's Trophy. Mayor Sylvester Turner rode with the team during the parade. (Photo: Dylan Aguilar)

  • Confetti

    Fans go wild as confetti erupts. (Photo: Dylan Aguilar) 

  • Houston Strong

    The "Houston Strong" mantra was seen throughout the day's festivities. (Photo: Dylan Aguilar) 

     

  • Gina Avioli Taylor, Seth Taylor

    Gina Avioli Taylor with son Seth, a Bellaire High School student, in front of City Hall before the parade.

  • Corbett Parker

    Corbett Parker went to the parade in Astros attire, complete with a hand-painted canvas bow tie, the World Series champions hat and orange pants. His office building is near the start of the parade and he witnessed the parade route filling up hours before the parade officially began. "I think Houstonians are excited to welcome home their champs!" he said. 

  • Emma Montgomery, Paige Hoffer

    Bellaire High School freshmen Emma Montgomery and Paige Hoffer heading to the parade. 

  • Kim Montgomery, Leslie Little

    Buzz account managers Kim Montgomery and Leslie Little excited to show Astros spirit at the parade. 

  • Philip Tenenbaum, James Tenenbaum

    Philip Tenenbaum watching the parade with his grandson James.

  • Paige Hoffer, Paul Wall

    Bellaire High School freshman Paige Hoffer met Houston rapper Paul Wall.

  • Confetti

    Confetti flies around downtown.

  • Alan Eixman, Buster Adams, Greg Ralph

    (From left) Alan Eixman, Buster Adams and Greg Ralph enjoying the festivities. 

  • Condit Elementary students

    Condit Elementary School students (from left) Esha Bhavsar, Maya Bhavsar, Lucas Garibaldi, Sophia Garibaldi, Arjun Sharma, Eshaan Vakil, Ajay Mathew, Taijus Mathew, Sajan Mathew, Krishan Vakil and Rohan Sharma went to watch the Astros parade. The students range from kindergarten to fifth grade. (Photo: Barbara Garibaldi)

  • City Hall

    A view of the scene around City Hall.

     

  • Bradley Baay, Greydon Feen, Patrick Smith, JC Cook

    (From left) Memorial High School students Bradley Baay, Greydon Feen, Patrick Smith and JC Cook, all smiles at the parade. 

  • Astros

    The crowd cheers for the Astros players. (Photo: Dylan Aguilar) 

  • Marching band

    Texas Southern University's "Ocean of Soul" marching band led the parade. (Photo: Dylan Aguilar) 

  • City of Houston parade

    The City of Houston parade (Photo: Meredith Fontana) 

  • Astros
  • Confetti
  • Houston Strong
  • Gina Avioli Taylor, Seth Taylor
  • Corbett Parker
  • Emma Montgomery, Paige Hoffer
  • Kim Montgomery, Leslie Little
  • Philip Tenenbaum, James Tenenbaum
  • Paige Hoffer, Paul Wall
  • Confetti
  • Alan Eixman, Buster Adams, Greg Ralph
  • Condit Elementary students
  • City Hall
  • Bradley Baay, Greydon Feen, Patrick Smith, JC Cook
  • Astros
  • Marching band
  • City of Houston parade

More photos

Astros

The crowd went wild as they spotted the champions and shouted "MVP" as they saw George Springer holding up the Commissioner's Trophy. Mayor Sylvester Turner rode with the team during the parade. (Photo: Dylan Aguilar)

Confetti

Fans go wild as confetti erupts. (Photo: Dylan Aguilar) 

Houston Strong

The "Houston Strong" mantra was seen throughout the day's festivities. (Photo: Dylan Aguilar) 

 

Gina Avioli Taylor, Seth Taylor

Gina Avioli Taylor with son Seth, a Bellaire High School student, in front of City Hall before the parade.

Corbett Parker

Corbett Parker went to the parade in Astros attire, complete with a hand-painted canvas bow tie, the World Series champions hat and orange pants. His office building is near the start of the parade and he witnessed the parade route filling up hours before the parade officially began. "I think Houstonians are excited to welcome home their champs!" he said. 

Emma Montgomery, Paige Hoffer

Bellaire High School freshmen Emma Montgomery and Paige Hoffer heading to the parade. 

Kim Montgomery, Leslie Little

Buzz account managers Kim Montgomery and Leslie Little excited to show Astros spirit at the parade. 

Philip Tenenbaum, James Tenenbaum

Philip Tenenbaum watching the parade with his grandson James.

Paige Hoffer, Paul Wall

Bellaire High School freshman Paige Hoffer met Houston rapper Paul Wall.

Confetti

Confetti flies around downtown.

Alan Eixman, Buster Adams, Greg Ralph

(From left) Alan Eixman, Buster Adams and Greg Ralph enjoying the festivities. 

Condit Elementary students

Condit Elementary School students (from left) Esha Bhavsar, Maya Bhavsar, Lucas Garibaldi, Sophia Garibaldi, Arjun Sharma, Eshaan Vakil, Ajay Mathew, Taijus Mathew, Sajan Mathew, Krishan Vakil and Rohan Sharma went to watch the Astros parade. The students range from kindergarten to fifth grade. (Photo: Barbara Garibaldi)

City Hall

A view of the scene around City Hall.

 

Bradley Baay, Greydon Feen, Patrick Smith, JC Cook

(From left) Memorial High School students Bradley Baay, Greydon Feen, Patrick Smith and JC Cook, all smiles at the parade. 

Astros

The crowd cheers for the Astros players. (Photo: Dylan Aguilar) 

Marching band

Texas Southern University's "Ocean of Soul" marching band led the parade. (Photo: Dylan Aguilar) 

City of Houston parade

The City of Houston parade (Photo: Meredith Fontana) 

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