For the second straight year, Major League Baseball teamed up with Autism Speaks, the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization, in a league-wide effort to recognize Autism Awareness Month.
The Red Sox did their part on Saturday, hosting Autism Awareness Day as Boston takes on the Oakland A’s at Fenway Park. A portion of each ticket sold for the second game of the series will benefit Autism Speaks.
NESN’s Adam Pellerin caught up with the president of Autism Speaks, Liz Feld, before the game got underway. Check it out in the video above.