Found April 15, 2013 on
The Daily Stache:
After today’s tragic news regarding the bombing near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, several Mets and other people around baseball took to Twitter to share their thoughts about the devastating event.
Very heartbreaking #BostonMarathon We will not be intimidated by the cowards who did this.#Prayers4Boston #USA
— LaTroy Hawkins (@LaTroyHawkins32) April 15, 2013
Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by the explosions at the Boston Marathon. #prayforboston
— Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) April 15, 2013
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Boston and everyone affected by this tragedy.#PrayForBoston
— New York Mets (@Mets) April 15, 2013
Cant believe what has happened today at the Boston Marathon. Thoughts and prayers go out to everyone in Boston
— Ryan Sweeney (@RyanSweeney12) April 15, 2013
Boston is a tough, resilient town and will prevail over this saddening tragedy! #PrayForBoston
— Shane Victorino (@ShaneVictorino) April 15, 2013
Wrong city to mess with… #Boston
— Will Middlebrooks (@middlebrooks) April 15, 2013
Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with those affected by the tragic events in Boston.
— MLB (@MLB) April 15, 2013
I hope they put those pricks away for life #Boston
— Brett Lawrie (@blawrie13) April 15, 2013
My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected in the #Boston tragedy. #PrayForBoston
— Francisco Cervelli (@fran_cervelli) April 15, 2013
As a nation very few occasions have we seen this turmoil on our own soil. Such a sickening feeling we all experience at once. Pray for those
— Matt Moore(@MattyMoe55) April 15, 2013
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