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The city of Boston, established in 1630, is renowned for its historical significance, culture and colleges, but nowhere in the world is the pride in the local baseball team more apparent.
In a city with so many landmarks and institutions there are none more revered than Fenway Park and the Boston Red Sox. If ever there were a ballpark worthy of a pilgrimage, it’s nestled into nine acres of land in Boston’s Back Bay. Fenway Park, which was built in 1912 and opened on the same day the Titanic sunk, has earned the phrase “America’s Most Beloved Ballpark,” a moniker the Red Sox now boast of.
Over the years Fenway Park has been a constant in baseball, withstanding the test of time for generations of Red Sox fans.
The passion of Red Sox Nation is well known, the history of Fenway Park is unique, and when it comes to going to a ballgame everything about the experience in Boston is to be cherished. Fenway remains one of a handful of ballparks that the majority of fans arrive to by public transportation. For just $1.25, the T drops Sox fans from all over the city off at the Kenmore Square station. One of your first glimpses will be of the neon Citgo sign, which can still be seen from many areas inside the ballpark.
Scalpers are plentiful, although they try to ply their trade rather anonymously due to the state’s policy against reselling tickets. There are lots of bars and places to eat prior to the game on Brookline Ave., although long lines exist for most of them, most notably the Boston Beer Works, Pizzeria Uno and the Cask ‘N Flagon, which is directly behind Fenway and located at the intersection of Brookline and Lansdowne Street, which runs parallel to the Green Monster. Although the Red Sox have an official program available inside of Fenway for $4, most fans opt for the popular unofficial program, Boston Baseball, which was founded in 1990 and sells for $2 on the street. Yawkey Way is named after Tom Yawkey, the Red Sox owner from 1933-76, and runs parallel to Fenway’s famed brick exterior, which has recently been flanked by Red Sox banners celebrating the team’s pennants and championships. Entering the “little lyrical bandbox of a ballpark,” as John Updike termed it, is sensory overload for the first time visitor. Fenway Park was built to conform to the parcel of land that was allotted to it and the field’s resulting dimensions led to many of the ballpark’s unique features. Most notably, there’s the 37-foot high Green Monster - the most recognized piece of ballpark architecture in the world - which spans 240 feet before giving way to the area known as the triangle in center field. The Green Monster has undergone a major transformation in recent years, capped by the 2003 addition of 274 seats atop it that necessitated the removal of the 23-foot screen that had stood since 1936. The Red Sox still operate the famous scoreboard in left field by hand, although it has expanded since 2003 to include all out of town scores and the A.L. Still inscribed in Morse code in two vertical stripes on the scoreboard are the initials TAY and JRY, for longtime owners Tom and Jean Yawkey.
Directly behind the short five-foot right field wall are the bullpens, built in 1940 and known thereafter as Williamsburg.
Another reminder of Ted Williams exists in the right field bleachers where a lone red seat exists among its plastic green counterparts.

The Red Sox have honored the greatest players ever to wear a Boston uniform on the right field roof facade, where the retired numbers of Bobby Doerr (#1), Joe Cronin (#4), Carl Yastrzemski (#8), Ted Williams (#9), and Carlton Fisk (#27) are displayed. Prior to the arrival of the right field roof tables (192 seats) in 2004, the roof featured a billboard for the Jimmy Fund, the Red Sox’s longtime official charity, which raises money to support the fight against cancer in children.
Fans flock to the ballpark from all of the New England states and their knowledge of baseball, the team and its history are unmatched. A lot of credit for the record-breaking attendance has to do with the new ownership group led by John Henry. Of course, nothing is more important in Boston than winning, and Red Sox Nation was finally able to rejoice in 2004, as the Red Sox won the World Series to finally put to rest the somewhat legendary Curse of the Bambino. In 2005 baseball fans were able to exult in the announcement that the Red Sox had made a long-term commitment to remain at Fenway Park. We have the largest print-on-demand fulfillment network in the world with 15 manufacturing centers in five different countries.
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In addition to the Boston store near Fenway Park, target is testing tailoring merchandise to local preferences in 10 Chicago stores. Dolls depict New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, right, and Boston Red Sox players David Ortiz, center, and Dustin Pedroia at the CityTarget store in Boston. The cityTarget store in Boston is located near Fenway Park and is taking part in the chain’s effort to tailor merchandise to local preferences.
The retailer has since focused on adding trendier merchandise, and began stocking organic, gluten-free and other healthier foods. Here at MaineToday Media we value our readers and are committed to growing our community by encouraging you to add to the discussion. This is your chance to be out on the field, almost alone, where baseball legends performed their magic.
You'll almost hear the massive crowd of cheering fans - Red Sox Nation - as they leap to their collective feet after a home run. You'll walk across the same field where Babe Ruth looked up at cheering crowds while he pitched . You'll check out the Press Box, imagine yourself at the mound, learn about Red Sox history, and visit the Red Sox Hall of Fame wall covered with photos and mementos showing great moments in the team's history. You may get to walk around the Warning Track and Pesky's Pole, the famed right field foul pole named for a former Red Sox shortstop. You'll see the Bullpen, where players warm up before the games, and the red phone that the coach uses to call for relief players. This amount includes seller specified US shipping charges as well as applicable international shipping, handling, and other fees. Estimated delivery dates - opens in a new window or tab include seller's handling time, origin ZIP Code, destination ZIP Code and time of acceptance and will depend on shipping service selected and receipt of cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab.

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Vendors are also in abundance, whether it’s the guys selling Yankees Suck shirts or the stands selling Italian sausages (for $7). A tribute to their passion and dedication occurred in 2004, when the Red Sox became only the 4th team in baseball history to sell out an entire season.
In addition to the Boston store, Target is testing this strategy in 10 Chicago stores, with hopes to eventually expand chain-wide. The retailer, once known for its cheap but chic fashions and home decor, lost customers during the recession after focusing too much on expanding everyday grocery items like milk. At the Chicago stores where Target sells local craft beers, bistro tables and two-burner grills for apartment living, sales are higher than in the rest of the market. Contact the seller- opens in a new window or tab and request a shipping method to your location.
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