Happy Birthday, Fenway Park

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Retired and loving life!
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4 Responses to Happy Birthday, Fenway Park

  1. olof1 says:

    It is a beautiful arena! I do hope I one day will be able to see a baseball game over on Your side of the ocean! Yes we do have baseball here too but it’s just not the same 🙂 🙂 🙂
    I liked Your brick! But what is that green mascot? 🙂

    Have a great day!

    • katry says:

      The green mascot is Wally, the Green Monster. You see that huge green wall in the back of the park is called the green monster. It is so tall that it prevents many home runs that would go over the walls of other ballparks.

      I love my brick, and it will be there long after I’ve gone to greener pastures!

  2. Where do you start telling the story of Fenway Park? Precisely where? Some people live to be 100. Ballparks do not. Fenway is 100 years old. Where do you begin its rich, rich tale?

    • katry says:

      I think just going to Fenway for the first time tells much of the story. Where else do you still sit so close to the action? Where else can you walk where a 100 years of fans walked? Fenway is, as you say, a rich, rich tale.

      I will never forget my first Fenway game!!!!

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