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Fenway Park

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The Fenway Park is being regarded as “America’s Most Beloved Ballpark”. It is located near the Kenmore Square in Boston, Massachusetts and has become the Boston Red Sox baseball team’s home ballpark since it was launched in 1912.

Fenway Park is the oldest ballpark for numerous major leagues happened. It is known for its quirky and unique features such as Green Monster 11.3-meter high left field wall, the Pesky’s Pole or the right field foul pole, and the Triangle. The ballpark also features furnish operated scoreboards that usually used in playing baseball games.

Fenway Park is the oldest park and living museum in America’s history. The ballpark has undergone several renovations and additions. There are several things why this park is the best for entire baseball game:

      • The seats are made of oak that makes it tough, durable and long lasting.
      • The bleacher divisions of the ballpark are covered of tarps during games because it is near the position of batter’s eye.
      • At the back of manual scoreboard in the left part of the field, there is a room wherein the walls are covered by numerous signatures of baseball players who have played in this park for the past years.

As of 2007, the Fenway Park has hosted 11 World Series including the 1912 World Series and the 2007 World Series. Aside from the Major League Baseball, the ballpark also served at the main site of several cultural and sporting events such as the game between the professional football teams Boston Patriots and Boston Redskins as well as political campaigns and even concerts.


Location/Map:  4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA 02215
Website: Plan your visit to Fenway Park