Louisville, Vanderbilt Both Plan to Wear Special Uniforms to Honor Boston Marathon, First Responders (Photo)


The Red Sox, Bruins, Celtics and eventually Patriots will all find ways to remember the 2013 Boston Marathon in coming days.

But as the Chicago Tribune sports section showed so well Tuesday morning, fans and sports teams honoring the heroes and victims of Marathon Monday aren’t limited to Boston.

The Louisville and Vanderbilt baseball teams both tweeted Tuesday afternoon that they plan to wear red, white and blue in honor of first responders and in support of Boston at their Tuesday night games. Louisville had a photo of what the uniforms look like.

Check it out in the tweet below.

[tweet https://twitter.com/UofLBaseball/status/324193601179488257 align=’center’]

[tweet https://twitter.com/VandyBaseball/status/324178516100915200 align=’center’]

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