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WATCH: Orioles' Adam Jones Receives Ovation At Fenway After Alleged Epithets

Jones had called the heckling one of the worst experiences of his 12-year major league career.
Adam Jones walks off the field during Tuesday night's game at Fenway Park. Source: Tim Bradbury

Baltimore Orioles player Adam Jones received an extended ovation from fans at Boston's Fenway Park on Tuesday night, one day after he says he heard racists taunts from fans at the same park.

Jones, who is African-American, also said someone in the stands threw a bag of peanuts at

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