On April 20, 2013, the Red Sox changed the text on their home uniforms from "RED SOX" to "BOSTON" for one day to honor the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings, which took place earlier in the week, also a "B STRONG" patch was stitched to the shirts (this patch was also worn by the opposing Kansas City Royals.) Because of the hastily created nature of the jerseys, the text on the front of the jerseys was lacking the blue outline although the numbers on the back did have it. On April 21, 2014 (Patriots' Day), the Red Sox wore these modified home uniforms again to mark the one year anniversary of the bombings. To correctly replicate the original jersey, the outline was not present on the front of this version either.

From 1936–2002 (with the exception of the 1974 alternate home uniform), the club sported blue undershirts or sweatshirts and tri-colored stirrup stockings, with a red anklet and two white stripes on a navy blue background on the upper sock. In 1974, the team wore red sweatshirts (and solid red stirrups) at home and traditional blue sweats with tri-colored stirrups on the road. Since 2003, the team has worn all-red stockings with both their home and away uniform sets, along with red sweatshirts, with one exception: as part of the 2009 logo and uniform redesign, the Red Sox initially wore solid blue stockings and sweatshirts with their road uniforms. The changes drew some criticism from fans for featuring solid blue stockings, instead of red, and their similarity to the Yankees' uniforms,[2] and the team switched back to red sweatshirts and stockings after their first road trip[3] and the remainder of the season. While Curt Schilling notably wore stirrup stockings during his Boston career, most players have abandoned stirrups for full socks.
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