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Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman reaches back to shake hands with Boston Red Sox catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia as he is wheeled off the field by Carlos Arredondo, the man who helped save his life, after throwing out a ceremonial first pitch at Fenway Park prior to a baseball between the Boston Red Sox and the Philadelphia Phillies in Boston, Tuesday, May 28, 2013. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)
Watch Boston Marathon heroes throw out first pitch at Fenway Park
First Published May 29 2013 10:35 am • Last Updated May 29 2013 10:38 am

Jeff Bauman and Carlos Arredondo were at Fenway Park on Tuesday night to throw out a pair of ceremonial first pitches.

Watch Boston Marathon heroes throw out first pitch at Fenway Park

Jeff Bauman, one of the victims of the Boston Marathon who later helped officials identify the bombing suspects from his hospital bed, and Carlos Arredondo, the man who helped rescue Bauman, were at Fenway Park Tuesday night to throw out a pair of ceremonial first pitches.Your browser does not support iframes.After a moving tribute on the Fenway Park jumbotron, Arredondo, 52, who is also an anti-war activist, wheeled Bauman on to the field. The two then threw their ceremonial pitches ...

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