WATCH: Singing Boston Police Officers Bring Wally To Fenway Park

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — It's officially Opening Day at Fenway Park and the Boston Police Department said they are ready.

They say that not only they are hard at work in making sure the ballpark and surrounding areas are safe for everyone, but they are helping a key team player.

In a video released by the Boston Police Department Monday, Officers Stephen McNulty, and Kim Tavares, encounter Wally the Green Monster, the official Red Sox mascot, wandering the streets of Boston with the World Series championship trophy.

Tavares and McNulty offer to give Wally an escort over to Fenway Park.

On their way there, the pair sing a rendition of "Take Me Out To The Ball Game."

 

Source: Boston Police/BPDNews.com

It's not the first time Tavares and McNulty have showcased their musical talents.

They have appeared in other duets. In February, they sang Queen's "We Are The Champions," after the New England Patriots won the Super Bowl Championship.

The Boston Police Department issued the following message to fans:

"Members of the Boston Police Department will be hard at work to make sure the ballpark and surrounding areas are safe." said the Police Department in their post. "As you can see Officers were ready to take Wally the Green Monster out to the ball game for Opening Ceremony! To the Fenway Faithful: Enjoy the game, celebrate responsibly, and get home safely! Go Sox!"

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