Fans drape 'Racism is as American as baseball' sign over Green Monster

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A few fans seated above the Green Monster dropped down a sign denouncing racism during the fourth inning of Boston's game against Oakland at Fenway Park on Wednesday night.

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The banner remained until just before the bottom of the inning, when ballpark security seemed to confiscate the banner and escort the fans out of the seating area. There was no immediate comment from the Red Sox.

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In May, Baltimore Orioles center fielder Adam Jones had racial slurs hurled at him from fans sitting in the outfield. A short time after, the Boston Red Sox have talked about changing the name of Yawkey Way. The street is named for Tom Yawkey, who owned the Red Sox from 1933 until his death in 1976.

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Per ESPN's Marly Rivera, third base umpire Joe West and Boston police officials worked in conjunction with Fenway Park security to remove the fans holding the sign from the stadium.

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