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Fenway Park in Boston, established in 1912, is the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball and home to the Boston Red Sox. Fenway is renowned for its unique features, including the Green Monster, a towering left-field wall, and the Pesky Pole in right field. It offers a blend of historic charm and competitive spirit. It has a seating capacity of about 37,500, fostering an intimate and electric atmosphere.

Despite modern updates, Fenway retains its early 20th-century aura with its original wooden seats and manual scoreboard. This iconic venue, nestled in the Fenway-Kenmore neighborhood, symbolizes Boston's rich sports heritage and is a pilgrimage site for baseball fans.

Division:
AL East
Opened:
April 20, 1912
Capacity:
37,731
Home Dugout:
First Baseline
Visitor Dugout:
Third Baseline
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