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August 22, 2012
Red Sox players all wore Johnny Pesky's No. 6 on their jerseys as the team honored the late legend during Tuesday's game.
The team showed Pesky, a symbol of the franchise for decades, on the video board before the game.
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Pesky's son, David, threw out the first pitch to David Ortiz with Jerry Remy at his side.
Noted author Stephen King (center) was among the fans honoring Pesky during the pregame ceremony.
The Red Sox carved Pesky's No. 6 into the grass behind the shortstop position, where Pesky once played.
The Pesky Pole in right field was a point of focus as the team honored their late legend.