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New York Yankees held ceremonies in honour of those killed in Boston, home of their arch-rivals Boston Red Sox, before and ...
during their MLB Interleague game against Arizona Diamondbacks on Tuesday (April 16). Police say three people were killed and 176 wounded in explosions during the Boston marathon race on Monday (April 15). A sign uniting the emblems of Yankees and Red Sox was displayed above the Yankee Stadium before Tuesday's game. It read "United we stand."
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SHOWS: NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, USA (APRIL 16, 2013) (REUTERS PICTURES - ACCESS ALL)(MUTE) 1. FANS ARE SEARCHED AT YANKEE STADIUM BEFORE NEW YORK YANKEES PLAY ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS IN THEIR MLB INTERLEAGUE GAME 2. SIGN OUTSIDE YANKEE STADIUM READING "UNITED WE STAND" WITH INSIGNIAS OF NEW YORK YANKEES AND ARCH-RIVALS BOSTON RED SOX 3. TEAM PLAYERS AND UMPIRES BOW THEIR HEADS DURING MOMENT OF SILENCE FOR THOSE KILLED IN BOMB BLASTS AT BOSTON MARATHON ON APRIL 15 BEFORE MLB INTERLEAGUE GAME WITH ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS 4. NEW YORK YANKEES BOW THEIR HEADS DURING MOMENT OF SILENCE - THEY ARE ALL WEARING NUMBER 42 IN HONOUR OF HALL OF FAME PLAYER JACKIE ROBINSON 5. TEAM PLAYERS AND UMPIRES BOW THEIR HEADS DURING MOMENT OF SILENCE FOR THOSE KILLED IN BOMB BLASTS AT BOSTON MARATHON ON APRIL 15 BEFORE MLB INTERLEAGUE GAME WITH ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS 6. NEW YORK YANKEES PLAYERS MICK KELLEHER, ALEX RODRIGUEZ AND ROB THOMSON (LEFT TO RIGHT) BOW THEIR HEADS DURING MOMENT OF SILENCE 7. AFTER THIRD INNING NEIL DIAMOND SONG "SWEET CAROLINE" IS PLAYED AT NEW YORK YANKEES AND ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS GAME. EMBLEMS OF NEW YORK YANKEES AND RIVALS BOSTON RED SOX IS SHOWN ON VIDEO BOARD. PLAYING OF THE SONG IS A RED SOX TRADITION AT HOME GAMES AT FENWAY PARK AND WAS PLAYED AT YANKEE STADIUM IN TRIBUTE TO VICTIMS OF APRIL 15 BOMB BLAST IN BOSTON STORY: New York Yankees held ceremonies in honour of those killed in Boston, home of their arch-rivals Boston Red Sox, before and during their MLB Interleague game against Arizona Diamondbacks on Tuesday (April 16). Police say three people were killed and 176 wounded in explosions during the Boston marathon race on Monday (April 15). A sign uniting the emblems of Yankees and Red Sox was displayed above the Yankee Stadium before Tuesday's game. It read "United we stand." A moment of silence was observed before the game began, and after the third inning the Neil Diamond song "Sweet Caroline" was played. The song is a Boston Red Sox tradition, played at home games in their stadium of Fenway Park. The Yankees won the game 4-2.