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Red Sox: New England By the Numbers

Red Sox: New England By the Numbers
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Red Sox team photo at World Series, 1912
Photo/Art by Courtesy of Library of Congress
Red Sox team photo at World Series, 1912

$450,000

cost to build Fenway Park in 1912 (team worth in 2008: $816 million)

$5

price for a 1912 World Series box seat at brand-new Fenway Park

10,454

fans who came to Fenway Park September 28, 1960, to witness Ted Williams’ final at-bat (a home run)

31,458

days between Boston’s fifth (1918) and sixth (2004) World Series titles

1096

days between Boston’s sixth (2004) and seventh (2007) titles

3

weight in pounds of each 16×16-inch numeric plate on Fenway Park’s manual scoreboard

1

number of bars named “Fenway Park” in Kyoto, Japan

18,000

estimated baseballs bought by the Red Sox each season

$60,000,000

dollars injected into the Fort Myers, Florida, economy during Red Sox spring training

778/993

(sigh) Boston’s all-time win/loss record against the New York Yankees

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