New York Yankees put rivalries aside to honor Boston Marathon victims

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

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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