The Boston Globe – A black Boston firefighter who says he was denied entrance to Fenway Park to make a safety inspection during the 2013 World Series along with his black co-worker, while their white colleague was allowed to enter the park, has filed a lawsuit against the Red Sox, according to court records.
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