There will be a new part of the pre-game festivities for Boston sporting events in the near future.

According to the Boston Globe, the Bruins, Celtics, Patriots, Revolution, and Red Sox are all filming videos that will be played before games in Boston in the near future.  The joint effort between the teams will reportedly be first shown this month before the Red Sox game at Fenway Park on September 28th.

The video will express the hope that fans in attendance not say anything to players or fans that could be viewed as racist, in an effort to crack down on incidents at the sports venues.

Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones said that he was heckled with racial taunts during a Sox game in the early parts of the 2017 season, while protestors also displayed a banner over the Green Monster to try and raise awareness to racism within Boston.

Do you think this video will do anything to curb racism and taunts at sporting events in the near future?