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Trot Nixon will return to Fenway Field on Friday night as the Boston Red Sox take on the New York Yankees in game one of the ALDS. Nixon, who is from the Cape Fear Region will throw out the first pitch.
He will also use the night to try and raise money to help victims of Hurricane Florence. There will be collection jars at all Fenway Park gates park gates once they open at 5:30 P.M and the event will run through the 2nd inning.
Trot Nixon spent 10 years with the Boston Red Sox, winning a World Series with the team back in 2004.