Baltimore Orioles’ Adam Jones was subjected to racial slurs and at least one object (bag of peanuts) thrown at him last night at Fenway. He indicated this was not the first time this has happened at Fenway but was the nastiest one.
Apparently the person (I hesitate to say fan) who threw the peanuts and some others were removed from the stadium.
That is not sufficient.
The Sox need to make it clear that individuals who behave in such a manner will never be allowed to return to Fenway and that they will be turned over to the Boston police for prosecution.
If currently there are no grounds for legal action in Boston, the city and state legislature should immediately pass such laws.
And fans who hear such taunts and observe such behaviors should vocally object and should call Sox security.
There should be zero tolerance for such abhorrent behavior.
See: Red Sox Issue Statement on Jones Incident, Sam Kennedy, Red Sox President
See: No Place for what Jones Faced, by Richard Justice