|(Via CSN's Chuck Garfien)|
It was a classy move by the White Sox in the Windy City Tuesday night as the team opened a three-game series against the Red Sox by donning "Boston Strong" t-shirts in tribute to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Tuesday was the one-year anniversary of the tragedy that killed three and injured hundreds.
The @WhiteSox show their support with the @RedSox in town. pic.twitter.com/1Rgbwc6i2CThe White Sox also played a video montage, held a moment of silence and played the Red Sox signature song, "Sweet Caroline."
— MLB (@MLB) April 16, 2014
Red Sox manager John Farrell said before the game, "It's another day of healing for everyone involved, particularly the family of the victims."
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