Located near Kenmore Square, in Boston, Massachusetts, Fenway Park is the oldest MLB ballbark and has been home to the Red Sox since it opened in 1912. Offering 39,928 seats, Fenway Park consistently sells out. Get you tickets and see the Red Sox play in person. We have tickets to all of the Red Sox games.
One of the most famous features about Fenway Park is the Green Monster in left field. The Green Monster is the nickname of the thirty-seven-foot, two-inch left field wall. Seats are available on top of it today, which is a recent addition to Fenway. The Green Monster is 310 feet from home. The foul territory is narrow, sending many a foul ball into the stands.
The scoreboard is part of the original stadium and is still manually updated during the game. Center field has an area in which the wall is in the shape of a triangle. The far corner is within 420 feet of home plate. The foul line intersects with the Green Monster at nearly a right angle.
The bullpen area is located in front of the right-center field bleachers. Box seating curves around the corner in right field. There is a Lone Red Seat located in the right field bleachers, the exact spot where the longest home run that could be identified was hit by Red Sox Hall of Famer Ted Williams in 1946.
In 1983, private suites were added to the roof behind home plate. In 1988, 610 stadium club seats enclosed in glass and named the "600 Club", were added above home plate, replacing the existing press box. The press box was then added to the top of the 600 Club.
Very little has changed at Fenway Park since it opened. The walls have been replaced and the bleachers in centerfield have been changed to wood. Skyview seats were added in 1946. Lights followed in 1947, and Fenway's first message board was added over the centerfield bleachers in 1976.
Yawkey Way is an extension of the Fenway Park concourse during Red Sox home games and other special events. This public street is blocked off to traffic three hours before game time, and reopens to ticketed Red Sox game patrons once the ballpark officially opens.
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