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Jake Gyllenhaal, Jeff Bauman film scene at Fenway Park

Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman (right) and Jake Gyllenhaal (left) were pictured as they threw out the first pitch.
Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman (right) and Jake Gyllenhaal (left) were pictured as they threw out the first pitch.(Jim Davis/Globe staff)

Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman joined actor Jake Gyllenhaal Monday morning at Fenway Park during filming of a scene for the upcoming movie “Stronger.”

The Boston Red Sox tweeted a video of the pair throwing out the first pitch as the Red Sox took the field against the Blue Jays.

Jeff Bauman (left) walked with actor Jake Gyllenhaal before throwing out the first pitch before the Red Sox game.
Jeff Bauman (left) walked with actor Jake Gyllenhaal before throwing out the first pitch before the Red Sox game.(Mary Schwalm/AP)

“It’s not every day you film a movie scene during pregame! Thanks for joining us, Jeff Bauman & Jake Gyllenhaal!” the team said.

Gyllenhaal also filmed a scene as Bauman earlier this month at a Boston Bruins game at TD Garden, waving a flag that read “Boston Strong.”

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“Stronger” wasn’t the only Marathon bombing movie being filmed in Boston Monday; Mark Wahlberg was spotted at the finish line early this morning filming scenes for “Patriots Day.”


Christina Prignano can be reached at christina.prignano@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter@cprignano.