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To keep the solar glare out of batters' eyes in the late afternoon hours, home plate was placed in the southwest area of the plot of land, with the third base line pointing northward.
Take a look in center field to find the “lone red seat,” where Ted Williams hit the longest recorded home run at Fenway. Where? Section 42, Row 37, Seat 21.
Make sure you bring your glove if you're sitting in the monster seats. Hungry? Select a sausage from the myriad of street vendors on Yawkey Way.
Fenway Park has daily tours from 9am until 4pm every hour on the hour, seven days a week, or until three hours prior to game time. $12
The lone red seat in the right field bleachers (Section 42, Row 37, Seat 21) signifies the longest home run ever hit at Fenway. The Ted Williams hit was officially measured at 502 feet (153 m).
Does your favorite athlete wear (NIKE)RED shoe laces? They help fight AIDS. Lace Up Save Lives.
If you can get a ticket, it's always fun to see a game at America's oldest ballpark. A bit cramped, but the atmosphere (especially during a Sox/Yankees game) is always great!
"I can't make a joke about this place. Go Sox!" - Conan O'Brien
Have a cold beer, a Fenway frank & stay for the entire game.
Rock out to Sweet Caroline in the 8th and never leave early, especially when the Sox are winning to exit with a little Dirty Water.
When to a Red Sox game - a must for anyone visiting Boston
Got my swarm badge!!! Wooohooo
Check out the Green-Monster!
Don’t be the idiot who gets hit by a foul ball and spills his drink #DontBlowIt
Everyone loves the fenway Franks.
Attend an opening day/night game
Fenway Park is the best bar in New England. Grab a couple beers and watch Mets fans' favorite AL team.
Take in a Red Sox game with friends
I got to go inside the Green Monster!
Get monster seats
See the Yankees play the Sox at Fenway
Go to a Sox Game
Remember The Curse
Duh. A must.... with beer and a Fenway Frank (and occasionally, peanuts... and um, pizza at that in/out stand afterward...)
Never wear a Yankees Hat
If you love baseball, it’s imperative that you go here. Home to the Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park is where you can watch games. If you’re unlucky in getting tickets, you can take a tour of the stadium.
Right outside House of Blues in Lansdowne St! Hurry up!
The standing room only section up on left field side directly under the Coca-Cola sign are a hidden gem!. Amazing sight lines, concessions and bathrooms directly below. Awesome!
Despair, all ye AT&T customers who enter here!
Sausage for $6.50
wifi SSID is FENWAYNET. it's open, you just have to supply an email then you're online!
there is a "secret" entrance to the ballpark, accessible through Who's On First, which has an entrance down an alley around 110 Brookline Ave. kinda neat i guess.
Sometimes you'll spot a former Red Sox player like outfielder Trot Nixon & his boys.
Sept 1st @ 2:30pm: Visit the park where your Boston Red Sox play and where the legends made history. Tour leaves from Ell Hall lobby.
Look up at the new Fenway scoreboard for 2011 — a 100-foot-wide, $40 million HD display that puts your big screen to shame.
Touch the monster, grab a sausage, and cheer for the Sox.
Horrible 3G coverage on AT&T but use Soxnet wifi and just put your email address in and you are good.
Be sure to visit the Ted Williams statue – Williams is considered by many to be the greatest hitter of all time, and he served as a US Marine Corps pilot in WWII and the Korean War.