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Since it opened in 1912, Fenway Park has become an iconic destination for baseball fans everywhere and a source of great civic pride for generations of New Englanders. Home to the Boston Red Sox--as well as many important non-baseball events over the decades--it is consistently among the most visited and toured stadiums in the country. Published in association with the Boston Globe, Fenway Park is the product of an all-star cast of writers, photographers, and baseball historians. It includes more than 250 classic and never-before published photographs, a removable poster featuring the rare blueprints of Fenway's historic 1934 renovation, a double gatefold of Fenway's famous Green Monster, a foreword by Jim Lonborg, and a special introduction by former Globe publisher Benjamin Taylor. With a decade-by-decade narrative detailing the remarkable history of the Red Sox--plus more than 60 intriguing illustrated sidebars covering memorable events such as concerts, political rallies, football and other sports, along with people profiles and much more--Fenway Park is a collector's item as well as the perfect gift for any fan of baseball or Boston.
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