Two days after the Boston Marathon bombing that left three people dead and over 170 injured, one of the city's professional sports teams played its first home game.
And its fans rallied behind their squad and their country.
Holding signs that read "Boston Strong," those in attendance at the TD Garden belted out a stirring rendition of the national anthem. Watch them do so now:
Earlier in the week, in another show of supports, Yankee fans sang Sweet Caroline, a Neil Diamond track that is played at every Red Sox home game in the eighth inning.
If that is not a sign of unity, what possibly could be?