Baltimore Orioles outfielder Adam Jones had a bag of peanuts and racial slurs thrown at him Monday. The Boston Red Sox (among others) have since issued statements of apology to Jones.

Yet it appears that Jones' experience might not be a rare one -- at least not when it comes to Fenway Park. Take a look at what New York Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia had to say on the subject:

The list of other players with similar stories continues to grow. David Price, who currently pitches for the Red Sox, has said he has heard racist taunts from the Fenway attendees. Former Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford went through a similar experience, except it was a police officer who was fired for a racial slur directed at him. 

Unfortunately, what happened to Jones seems to be a more common experience than many would imagine.