Marathon bombing survivors deliver World Series rings to the Red Sox

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BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) -- Opening Day at Fenway Park included an unforgettable ring ceremony involving several survivors of the Boston Marathon bombings.

The survivors donned Red Sox jerseys featuring "Boston" on the front as they walked across the field to deliver World Series rings to the players.

The Sox took to the field at Fenway Park Friday for the first time since last season's World Series win, hosting the Brewers at 2 p.m.

The Dropkick Murphys and Boston Pops were expected to perform the National Anthem, followed by a flyover by the U.S. Coast Guard. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh will throw out the first pitch.

During the 7th inning stretch, the Boston Fire Department Quartet will sing "God Bless America" to honor Lt. Ed Walsh and firefighter Michael Kennedy, who died while battling a fire on Beacon Street last week.