I happened to be at that game, and didn't learn about the incidents (plural, since the peanuts and slurs were slung from different parts of the park) until the next day. A lot of Boston sports media and their callers and commenters became defensive idiots, with some even accusing Jones of making the whole thing up.
I believe Jones because I've been to Fenway more times than I can count and heard awful shit said in the bleachers and elsewhere in the park. I've also been to stadiums in other cities to know none are without racist and homophobic assholes.
Boston fans get famously defensive when things like this happen, which is not a good look. My fellow fans and the media should take a page from the Red Sox organization and condemn the racists in our midst and make them feel unwelcome. And if that doesn't work, invite Antifa and Black Bloc on your next trip to Friendly Fenway.
As for the NYTimes’ newest columnist, Brett Stephens, his climate change denial is terrible and has no place in any publication that pitches itself with the slogan “The truth is more important now than ever.” But his bigoted “Disease of the Arab mind” comment should disqualify him from being published anywhere outside of 4chan message boards.