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Red Sox get their World Series rings in a special pregame ceremony

Fenway Park

The Red Sox’ home opener is today and before the game they were presented with their World Series rings. But it wasn’t just the ordinary presentation with the team owner giving them their jewelry. The rings were carried out on to the field by people associated with the Marathon bombing last year. Families of victims, firefighters and other first responders.

Say what you want about the Red Sox, but they do a fantastic job of connecting with their community in meaningful ways. There is just not a team that any closer of a relationship with its city than do the Red Sox. Just makes moments like this pretty perfect.

And, for the record, here are the rings:

Wow!! RT @RedSox: Here it is! Your first official look at our 2013 World Series rings. #SoxBling pic.twitter.com/j2YaHkfVyW

— Jenny Dell (@JennyDellNESN) April 4, 2014


Not exactly understated, but compared to the World Series banner they unveiled before the game it’s practically reserved:

And the big cheer for this one ... pic.twitter.com/e8axv3KIx5

— Pete Abraham (@PeteAbe) April 4, 2014