Boston sports teams made emotional returns Saturday after the city was shut down Friday while authorities tracked down the missing suspect of the Boston Marathon bombings.
The Red Sox players took the field at Fenway park against the Kansas City Royals with the word "Boston" stitched across their jerseys instead of the usual "Red Sox."
The iconic "B" logo and the word "strong" was painted across the Green Monster wall in left field. The logo was also sewn over the hearts of both teams' jerseys.
Friday's game between the Red Sox and Royals was postponed because the city's shutdown and scheduled a split doubleheader for Saturday.
The Red Sox observed a moment of silence before Saturday's first game for the victims of Monday's bombings and the MIT campus police officer who was killed Thursday night.
The team also honored those who helped the more than 170 injured and in capturing the suspected terrorists.
As expected, security was tight at Fenway Park, which included a SWAT team member with a German shepherd standing guard.
---At TD Garden on the other side of town, the Bruins made up their postponed game against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Black and gold T-shirts that read "Boston Strong" were sold, with all of the proceeds going to the OneFund.
The Bruins wore state police, Boston PD and Watertown PD hats during pregame warmups, while the Penguins wore "617" patches on their sweaters, which is Boston's area code.
A moment of silence was observed before the national anthem as pictures of the three who died from the attack -- Martin Richard, Krystle Campbell, Lu Lingzi and Sean Collier -- were shown on the main video screen.
Like Wednesday's Bruins game, a "Boston Strong" themed video was shown and national anthem singer Rene Rancourt lowered his microphone as the fans took over the song.
---The Celtics wore "Boston Stands As One" patches on their uniforms and specialized warmup shirts for their playoff opener against the Knicks in New York.
---Boston College canceled all home athletic events for Saturday, including its annual spring football game.
---The MLS's New England Revolution traveled by bus to play the New York Red Bulls Saturday due to the suspension of Amtrak's train service.