Videos And Video Highlights Honoring Fenway Park At One Hundred


“Check out some of the sights and souunds along Yawkey Way as Fenway turns 100.”

With MANY THANKS From WCVBtv And YouTube. Watch Videos Here:

“Fans, Players, Coaches Celebrate 100 Years At Fenway.”

“BOSTON — Keith Lockhart and John Williams came back to conduct the Boston Pops Friday afternoon as the Red Sox and City of Boston celebrated the 100th anniversary of Fenway Park. “

With MANY THANKS mpetraglia1975 And YouTube. Watch Video Here:

“Pop quiz: What do FDR, Tim Thomas, Sting and Mel Brooks have in common? They all played Fenway Park.”

“The 100th anniversary of Fenway was extra special for one fan whose grandfather built the park.”

“Super Fans Flock To Fenway’s 100th.”

With MANY THANKS To Both WatchMojo And YouTube. Watch Video Here:

“Attending a game at Fenway Park is not only about the game and seeing the Red Sox play. There is so much more to see outside Fenway and its immediate area. Taking a walk around the park before a game allows you to enjoy all the little things that make attending a Red Sox game so unique and makes the experience complete.”

With MANY THANKS To Both TheWeekInRed And YouTube. Watch Video Here:

“Paulie takes you inside the Boston Red Sox home Fenway Park and batting practice high above the Green Monster in his first ever tour of the ballpark. What were the highlights of this historic journey through baseball’s oldest ballpark?”

With MANY THANKS To Both TheWeekInRed And YouTube. Watch Video Here:

“Come with ACISN and take a tour of one of baseball’s most historic ballparks! Video footage was taken on location in April of 2011!”

With MANY THANKS To Both TheACISN And YouTube. Watch Video Here:

“Smoltz discusses the unique measurements of Fenway Park and his batting practice experiences of clearing the Green Monster.”

With MANY THANKS To Both CNN And YouTube. Watch Video Here:

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Fenway Park on June 21, 2008

Fenway Park on June 21, 2008 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)



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