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Baseball park located in Boston, Massachusetts, near Kenmore Square. Wikipedia
The 118th season in the team's history, and their 107th season at Fenway Park. Under first year manager Alex Cora, the team finished with a 108–54 record, winning the American League East division title for the third consecutive season, and finished eight games ahead of the second-place New York Yankees. Wikipedia
Former name of a short street located in the Fenway–Kenmore neighborhood of the American city of Boston, Massachusetts. Originally a continuation of Jersey Street, part of the Back Bay scheme of alphabetical streets, until 1977, when the two blocks immediately adjacent to Fenway Park were renamed for Tom Yawkey, owner of the Boston Red Sox from 1933 to 1976. Wikipedia
Full name of the baseball stadium that formerly stood in Boston, Massachusetts, and was the first home field for the Boston Red Sox from 1901–1911. Located on what is now Northeastern University, at the time across the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad tracks from the South End Grounds, home of the Boston Braves. Wikipedia
Officially recognized neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. Considered one neighborhood for administrative purposes, it is composed of numerous distinct sections that, in casual conversation, are almost always referred to as "Fenway", "the Fenway", "Kenmore Square", or "Kenmore". Wikipedia
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- The 2012 season marked the centennial of Fenway Park, and on April 20, past and present Red Sox players and coaches assembled to celebrate the park's anniversary.
- The Yankees continued to win games, making up ground and by the time they met Boston for a pivotal four-game series at Fenway Park in early September.
- The Braves played the World Series (as well as the last few games of the 1914 season) at Fenway Park, since their normal home, the South End Grounds, was too small.
- Many characteristics of the stadium have been taken from Fenway Park, including a 37 ft Green Monster wall in left field.
- Founded in as one of the American League's eight charter franchises, the Red Sox' home ballpark has been Fenway Park since.
- The following year, the team moved to Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, and changed the team's name to the "Redskins".
- Leighton went 8–0–1 in his first ten starts, including a tough 2–1 overtime loss in the 2010 Winter Classic to Boston at Fenway Park on New Year's Day.
- It found the Boston Red Sox winning in the 12th inning in Fenway Park, defeating the Cincinnati Reds to force a seventh and deciding game.
- Although the two franchises played in the same division in the Eagles' inaugural 1933 season, their first meeting would not take place until October 21, 1934, during Washington's first year under the Boston Redskins moniker; the Redskins defeated the Eagles 6–0 at Fenway Park.
- In 2013, the Boston Red Sox won their first World Series of the 2010s, this time at Fenway Park for the first time since 1918.
- Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, opened in 1912.
- In 1945, severe wartime travel restrictions in effect led to the game scheduled to be played at Boston's Fenway Park being deferred to the next season.
- The most famously idiosyncratic outfield boundary is the left-field wall at Boston's Fenway Park, in use since 1912: the Green Monster is 310 ft from home plate down the line and 37 ft tall.
- The Braves played the World Series (as well as the last few weeks of the 1914 regular season) at Fenway Park, since their normal home, the South End Grounds, was too small.
- The rivalry reached its highest level to date during the 2008 season, including a brawl during a June meeting in Fenway Park and a seven-game American League Championship Series between the teams that ended in the Rays' first ever pennant win.
- Welles accompanied FDR to his last campaign rally, speaking at an event November 4 at Boston's Fenway Park before 40,000 people, and took part in a historic election-eve campaign broadcast November 6 on all four radio networks.
- The CCBL All-Star Game was played at Fenway Park from 2009 to 2011, but is normally played at one of the CCBL home fields.
- As part of the tour, the band played Fenway Park in Boston with fellow Bostonians the J. Geils Band.
- The first tie in an All-Star Game occurred on July 31, 1961 at Fenway Park in Boston when the game was called at 1–1 after nine innings due to rain; the only other rain-shortened game was in 1952, but the National League defeated the American League, 3–2 in five innings.
- It is surpassed only by Fenway Park (1912) in Boston and Wrigley Field (1914) in Chicago.
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