Found April 21, 2012 on NESN.com:
Although the Red Sox didn't get the result they wanted against the Yankees on Friday, the atmosphere at Fenway Park was still festive. Before the game's first pitch, a number of Red Sox legends took part in what was a memorable ceremony. The Fenway Faithful were treated to appearances by Carl Yastrzemski, Mo Vaughn, Johnny Pesky, Nomar Garciaparra and a bunch more former Sox players. Each legend received a warm ovation, as Red Sox Nation showed once again why it's the best fan base in the world. Check out the awesome pregame ceremony in the video above. Click here to...
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