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Fenway Park - Boston MA
Fenway Park is a baseball park which is located at 4 Jersey Street Boston, Massachusetts near Kenmore Square. The park has a seating capacity of 37,305 (day) and 37,755 (night). It is under the ownership of the Fenway Sports Group / Boston Red Sox and operated by the same. Fenway Park is home to the city's American League baseball team and the Boston Red Sox since 1912. Since 1953, it is the only Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise.
Fenway is the oldest ballpark in MLB and underwent expansion and renovation many times that resulted in a heterogeneous feature including "The Triangle." The venue is the fourth-smallest among MLB ballparks by seating capacity, one of eight ballparks that cannot accommodate at least 40,000 spectators, and second-smallest by the total capacity. The recorded attendance at the park was 47,627.
The venue has hosted the World Series 11 times, baseball games, cultural events, concerts, soccer, Football, Boxing, and Hockey games (2010 NHL Winter Classic) along with religious and political campaigns. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on 7th March. Currently, the park is one of the most well-known sports venues in the entire world. The park was designed by the famous architect, James McLaughlin. It is one of the two remaining jewel box ballparks still in use in Major League Baseball.
Some exciting features of the park include The Green Monster (left-field wall), The Triangle, the lone red seat, Foul Poles, Duffy's Cliff, Dell EMC Club, and the Williamsburg (The bullpen area of the park).
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