Fenway Park – An Overview of This Historic Ball Park
Fenway Park is among the oldest Major League Baseball (MLB) stadium located in Boston, Massachusetts. This baseball park was officially opened in 1912 and its the home ground of the Boston Red Sox baseball club. Fenway Park plays host to dozens of Major League Baseball tournaments.
For many years now, the Fenway Park has had many amazing moments in the history of baseball and has been home to a number of baseball legends including; Babe Ruth, Cy Young, Jimmy Collins, Tris Speaker, Duffy Lewis, Harry Hooper, Bobby Doerr, Joe Cronin, Johnny Pesky, Jimmie Foxx, Ted Williams, Carlton Fisk, Carl Yastrzemski , and Jim Rice.
Many construction projects have been undertaken in this sports park over the years so as to increase its crowd capacity. Originally, Fenway Park had a seating capacity of 35, 000 people but that number has been gradually increased to approximately 37, 400 fans.
Fenway Park is the fourth smallest baseball park among Major League Baseball ballparks in terms of seating capacity, and among the eight ballparks that accommodates less than 40, 000 spectators.
Fenway Park has seen many renovations , resulting in many quirky features such as”The Triangle”, the Green Monster and the “Pesky’s Pole”.