White Sox, Red Sox unite in remembrance of Boston Marathon bombing
One year ago, tragedy struck in the heart of Boston when two bombs were detonated at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three people and injuring 264 more. The city was resilient in the face of such a catastrophe, and David Ortiz seemed to speak for all of its residents:
On Tuesday, with the Red Sox visiting Chicago, the White Sox paid tribute to the victims and survivors of the attack by wearing "Boston Strong, Sox Together" tee-shirts and hosting a pre-game ceremony.
The evening culminated during the seventh-inning stretch when "Sweet Caroline" was played in U.S. Cellular Field, with fans of all Sox joining their voices together for the traditional Fenway anthem: