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Fenway Park



Park Name:
Fenway Park
Tenants: Boston Red Sox (American League)

Opened: 1912
Address: 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, Massachusetts 02215
Dimensions: 310' (L), 390' (C), 302' (R)

Former Tenants:
Boston Braves (National League) 1914-1915


The back of the Fenway Park scoreboard as seen from Landsdowne Street. There's a matching 2004 World Champions banner on the other side.


A statue of Ted Williams stands outside Gate B at Fenway Park.


Red Sox retired numbers on the wall outside Fenway. Above them, banners celebrate members of the Red Sox Hall of Fame.


1903 and 1912 World Series logos outside Fenway Park.


1915 and 1916 World Series logos outside Fenway Park.


1918, 2004 and 2007 World Series logos outside Fenway Park.


Some of the American League, AL East and World Series banners hanging at Fenway.


A replica of the 1912 World Championship Trophy and a photo of the 1912 World Champion Red Sox.


7 Times Word Champions
The Red Sox starting line-up for the day, as depicted on giant baseball cards in the window of the Red Sox Team Store outside Fenway.


The view from behind home plate at Fenway Park.


The Green Monster in left field at Fenway, as seen from the 3rd base line.


The pressbox and upper decks at Fenway. The banners on the facade are the Red Sox American League Pennants and World Championships



The grandstand at Fenway Park, as seen from the 3rd base line. The first deck is the original grandstand from 1912.


The Green Monster. The scoreboard is operated manually from inside the wall.


Fenway Park as viewed from atop the Green Monster.


The view of the outfield from the Budweiser Deck on top of the right field roof.



The Pesky Pole in right field. The outfield fence wraps all the way in to 302 feet at the pole.


The sun sets on Fenway Park.




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