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Daily Red Sox Links: Adam Jones, Manny Machado, Hanley Ramirez

Today’s links focus on the ugliness that has transpired at Fenway the last few days.

MLB: Baltimore Orioles at Boston Red Sox Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

A day after he was taunted with racial epithets, Adam Jones received a standing ovation from the Fenway faithful. (Brittany Ghiroli; MLB.com)

The organization also did what it could by apologizing to Jones officially. (Julia Guilardi; Boston.com)

Jones isn’t the only player who has dealt with racist language from the stands at Fenway. CC Sabathia has also been a victim of abuse. (R.J. Anderson; CBS Sports)

Even Red Sox players themselves acknowledge that they have heard terrible language like this in the past. (Ryan Hannable; WEEI)

While Boston is receiving much of the ire surrounding racism in sports, Michael Baumann reminds us that this is not just a Boston problem. (Michael Baumann; The Ringer)

On top of the already mounting tension surrounding the incident with Jones, Manny Machado took exception to a pitch from Chris Sale last night, further stoking the flames of the actual on-field rivalry. (Jason Mastrodonato; Boston Herald)

Hanley Ramirez is launching moonshots again. (Logan Jakubajtys; Chowder and Champions)

Theo Epstein reversed the curse of two franchises. Let’s compare his work with each organization. (Jay Jaffe; SI.com)