New York Yankees put rivalries aside to honor Boston Marathon victims

The team played

The team played "Sweet Caroline," a Boston Red Sox fan favorite, during a home game Tuesday. (4/17/13)

NEW YORK - The New York Yankees have put rivalries aside to honor victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.

The team played "Sweet Caroline" during a home game Tuesday night. The Neil Diamond song has been a fan favorite featured at Boston Red Sox home games since 2002.

The Yankees also held a pre-game moment of silence.  

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