O's Adam Jones Gets Standing Ovation


The Boston Red Sox apologized to Baltimore Orioles player Adam Jones yesterday, after he'd said that during the Red Sox-Orioles game at Boston's Fenway Park the night before, he was, quote, "called the N-word a handful of times" by fans and had a bag of peanuts thrown at him. Jones got a personal apology from Red Sox president Sam Kennedy on behalf of the team, and when he stepped up for his first at-bat during last night's game, he was given a standing ovation from the Fenway crowd. Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred and Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker also weighed in on what happened to Jones, with Manfred saying it's, qutoe, "completely unacceptable and will not be tolerated at any of our ballparks," and Baker calling it "outrageous and disgraceful."

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