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Fenway Park

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by in Apr 2005
Fenway Park
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Lansdowne St.
Boston, MA 02215
Phone: 888-733-7696
Fenway Park
Photo/Art by Photo courtesy of Michael Ivins/Boston Red Sox

Best 100-Year-Old Baseball Park
The oldest active Major League field, Fenway Park turns 100 this season and has earned the right to be quirky. The 37-foot wall in left field (“the Green Monster”) is an artifact of the design constraints of the 1912 lot–likewise, the short right-field foul line that ends at Pesky’s Pole. A park tour is offered daily in season.

Yankee Magazine April 2012

In the fabled Red Sox-Yankees rivalry, nothing can beat Beantown’s home field. Red Sox owners keep finding ways to keep baseball’s most historic—and best—park viable as it closes in on its 100th birthday in 2012. The infield was recently dug up and replanted for the first time since before World War I; in 2006, an extra thousand skybox seats were added above the luxury suites; this spring, a new standing deck above third base arrives. At a new capacity (with standing room) of 38,808, Fenway is still the smallest park in the major leagues, but good things come in small packages. To appreciate this shrine to America’s national pastime, take a ballpark tour—walk the field and touch the Green Monster, and look down on the diamond from the press box.

Yankee Magazine April 2007

Fenway Park is the oldest working ballpark in major league baseball. Tours give visitors a behind-the-scenes look at the press box, broadcast booth, and Red Sox Hall of Fame. Bonus: walk the warning track beneath the Green Monster.

Yankee Magazine April 2005

New owners have spruced up the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball, and tours give a behind-the-scenes look at the press box, broadcast booth, and Red Sox Hall of Fame. Fans can walk the warming track beneath the Green Monster when the field is available. Tours are available year round from.

Yankee Magazine April 2004

See it while you can–this antiquated but beautiful crown jewel of major-league baseball parks may soon be superseded. Tours are available year round.

See one of the last two old-time ballparks (along with Tiger Stadium) in Major League Baseball before it’s replaced by a modern imitation. This is the House that Ruth Left. Tours offered year round.

Yankee Magazine April 2003


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