BOSTON, MA - APRIL 20: Members of the Boston Red Sox throw beneath a Boston Strong, in honor of the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing, before a game the Kansas City Royals at Fenway Park on April 20, 2013 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
Big Papi speaks
David Ortiz, on the day he returns to the Red Sox lineup after starting the season on the disabled list, shares some encouraging words for the Fenway crowd during Saturday's pregame ceremony. Ortiz thanked the mayor, the governor and the entire police department "for the great job that they did this past week." Ortiz finished with, "Stay strong. Thank you."
Quite a scene
The Red Sox and the Royals stand along the basepaths during an emotional pregame ceremony on Saturday at Fenway Park.
Remember and honor
Scenes from the Boston Marathon bombings are displayed on an outfield screen before Saturday's game at Fenway Park.
In addition to having "Boston" on their home whites as a special gesture, the Red Sox also wore "B Strong" patches on Saturday at Fenway Park.
Baseball fans react during a moment of silence on Saturday at Fenway Park honoring the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Time to reflect
Three members of the Massachusetts State Police bow their head during a moment of silence before Saturday's game at Fenway Park.
Honoring the city
The Boston Bruins stand in front of a Boston Strong ribbon projected on the TD Garden ice during the national anthem before Saturday's game against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
On heads, in hearts
A "Boston 617" sticker is seen on the helmet of Penguins goaltender Tomas Vokoun during Saturday's game against the Bruins at TD Garden in Boston.
A man holds a United States flag during pregame ceremonies at Fenway Park.
Can't thank this group enough
Members of law enforcement react during pregame ceremonies in honor of the Marathon bombing victims before the Red Sox game against the Kansas City Royals at Fenway Park.
The bustle returns
A vendor sells souvenirs outside Fenway Park before Saturday's baseball game between the Boston Red Sox and the Kansas City Royals in Boston. The teams are returning to action — and giving fans a chance to rejoice — just a day after police concluded a manhunt after the Boston Marathon tragedy.
Big day at the Park
Fans hold signs to honor the marathon bombing victims before Saturday's emotional game at Fenway Park.
A good sign
Members of the Red Sox throw before Saturday's game at Fenway Park beneath a Boston Strong sign honoring the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.
Home, sweet home
As fans honor the city with signs, Boston Bruins goalie Anton Khudobin (35) pauses during warmups before Saturday's NHL game against the Pittsburgh Penguins at TD Garden.
Pride and Papi
David Ortiz of the Red Sox poses with a Boston Strong sign, which honors the marathon bombing victims. Ortiz was set to return to action Saturday after an eight-month layoff.
Penguins show respect
A patch honoring Boston is shown on the jersey of the Pittsburgh Penguins for Saturday's game.
A fan holds a sign to honor the city and the Boston Marathon bombing victims on Saturday at Fenway Park.
Fans honor the city and the marathon bombing victims outside of Fenway Park before Saturday's game.
Volunteers pass out signs before Saturday's game at Fenway Park.
In it together
Wearing hats from local law enforcement agencies, Boston Bruins defenseman Andrew Ference (right) talks with teammate Chris Kelly before Saturday's game against the Penguins at TD Garden.