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Red Sox threw out a higher-than-average 34 fans Monday

Red Sox team president Sam Kennedy said there was a high number of ejections Monday night and that a typical game averages about 12-15. Jessica Rinaldi / Boston Globe

Red Sox team president Sam Kennedy shed some more light on the team’s investigation into the racial abuse directed toward Baltimore Orioles center fielder Adam Jones at Fenway Park on Monday night.

“There was erroneous information out that I saw last night,” Kennedy said on WEEI. “I read there were was something like 60 ejections. That’s not true.”

Kennedy did say there was a high number of ejections, and that a typical game averages about 12-15 ejections.

“After a thorough review this morning, there were 34 total ejections: 20 of them were related to alcohol-related incidents, two for marijuana, one was for the peanut thrower, one was profane language directed at a player, there was fan on fan fighting with several folks jumping over seats,” Kennedy said.

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