BOSTON (WJZ) — The Orioles opened up their 2020 season at Fenway Park in Boston against the Red Sox Friday night.

A special pregame ceremony was held as a show of unity in the fight against racial injustice.

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Both the Orioles and Red Sox took a knee before the National Anthem, holding a black ribbon to recognize the Black Lives Matter movement.

The entire Baltimore Orioles team kneels during a Black Lives Matter demonstration prior to first pitch against the Boston Red Sox on Opening Day at Fenway Park. (Photo by Kathryn Riley/Getty Images)

During the National Anthem, the Orioles stood and locked arms in unison.

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“One team. United for change. #BlackLivesMatter.” the team posted to its social media pages.

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During pregame warm-ups, the Orioles also wore Black Lives Matter T-shirts.

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The Orioles lost their first game of the season 13-2.