Yankees play traditional Red Sox song as a way of paying respect to the victims of the Boston bombings.
The New York Yankees put their fierce and historic rivalry with the Boston Red Sox to one side on Tuesday night as they showed respect to the victims of the recent bombing by playing the traditional song of their rivals at the end of the third innings.
Sweet Caroline was played over the speakers at Yankee stadium, which is normally a long-standing tradition at Fenway Park.
There was no booing or jeering the song, as Yankee fans sang along to the Neil Diamond classic, understanding the sentiment behind the tune.
Sport has been the main way of showing support to the victims of the tragic incident since Monday, and has been able to bring people together at these sad times.