Novin was told she could return to the facility in a week. “I begged them not to send me home because I was afraid for my life,” she told DigBoston. “I was medically unstable,” Novin added, describing herself as suicidal, and saying she should have been sent to a hospital “at the very least.”
What’s up with all those flags lining the roads outside of Boston? Once only an occasional sighting, these flags, stickers, and other apparel have become increasingly common not just south of Boston, but all across the Commonwealth.
The BASE location on the edge of Roxbury, a neighborhood that is approximately 60 percent black and 23 percent Latino, is helping to bridge the gap and bring baseball to communities that have been excluded from the sport. But that’s not all they do.