Neil Diamond Sings ‘Sweet Caroline’ Live at Fenway Park


Apr 4, 2010

Neil Diamond Sings 'Sweet Caroline' Live at Fenway Park The nightly rendition of “Sweet Caroline” following the seventh inning was just a little bit sweeter on Opening Night at Fenway Park.

Singer/songwriter Neil Diamond made a surprise appearance during the Red Sox’ season opener against the Yankees on Sunday night, belting out his hit “Sweet Caroline” as the Fenway faithful sang along.

Wearing a dark sports jacket with the message “Keep the Dodgers in Brooklyn” written on the back, the 69-year-old Brooklyn native connected with the fans who regularly use his song as a late-inning rallying cry.

How’d Diamond’s performance go?

In short: “So good. So good. So good.”

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