After the Boston Marathon bombings the Red Sox went on the road and when they returned from Cleveland the team changed its iconic home whites from "Red Sox" to "Boston" in a show of solidarity with the town and the victims. This started a tradition with the Red Sox wearing these "Boston" jerseys on Patriots Day in remembrance. The below jersey was worn by David Ross on the first anniversary of the Marathon bombings and later auctioned for charity by the Red Sox Foundation. While the Sox did not prevail, Ross hammered his first home run of the season.
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