The Patriots showed off five Super Bowl trophies at Red Sox’ Opening Day

The dynasty, represented in one picture.

From left, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, and players Rob Gronkowski, Tom Brady, James White and Dion Lewis carry Super Bowl trophies off the field at Fenway Park. AP Photo/Steven Senne

On hand to help usher in the new Red Sox season, the Patriots didn’t mind showing off hardware of their own.

Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski, Robert Kraft, Dion Lewis, and James White each carried a Vince Lombardi Trophy on the field at Fenway Park during a pre-game ceremony that included New England’s quarterback tossing out a ceremonial pitch.

While other franchises also have five Super Bowl wins (and Pittsburgh has six), the Patriots have acquired all of their trophies since January, 2002: