Photos: Red Sox recognize Veteran’s Day.

“Members of the Boston Red Sox front office serve dinner at the New England Center for Homeless Veterans of Boston Friday, November 9, 2012. Wally the Green Monster and the World Series Trophies were present at the dinner as well.”

“Members of the Boston Red Sox front office serve dinner at the New England Center for Homeless Veterans of Boston Friday, November 9, 2012. Wally the Green Monster and the World Series Trophies were present at the dinner as well.”

“Homeless military Veterans line up at the New England Center for Homeless Veterans of Boston Friday, November 9, 2012. Wally the Green Monster and the World Series Trophies were present at the dinner.”

“A United States Marine Corps Honorable Discharge certificate is shown during a brunch at Fenway Park celebrating the birthday of the Marines Saturday, November 10, 2012. After brunch, complimentary tours of Fenway Park were provided to Marines and their families, and a 30% discount at the Team Store on Yawkey Way was available to attendees. “

“Marines stop on top of the Green Monster during a tour of Fenway Park Saturday, November 10, 2012. Attendees were treated to tours of the ballpark after a military brunch hosted by the Boston Red Sox celebrating the birthday of the Marines.”

“Marines attend a military brunch celebrating the birthday of the Marines Saturday, November 10,2012. After the brunch, attendees were given complimentary tours of Fenway Park.”

I shot several events over the weekend as the Boston Red Sox recognized Veteran’s Day. The first was a visit to the New England Center for Homeless Veterans of Boston, where we volunteered by serving dinner and displaying the 2004 and 2007 World Series trophies.The second was a military brunch at Fenway Park recognizing the birthday of the United States Marine Corps. 

These were both great events, and I was honored to be a part of them. It’s nice to see how baseball can bring people from other walks of life, such as the military, together.

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