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Fenway Park Facts

  • Fenway Park opened April 20, 1912 – five days after the sinking of the Titanic.
  • Red Sox owner John I. Taylor named his new ballpark Fenway Park because of its location in the Fenway (“Fens”) section of Boston.
  • Navin Field (home of the Detroit Tigers) opened the same day as Fenway Park.
  • The current day game seating capacity of Fenway Park is 35,692.
  • The current night game seating capacity of Fenway Park is 36,108.
  • No player has ever hit a home run over the right field roof at Fenway Park.
  • The Red Sox played at Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds (now part of Northeastern University) prior to moving to Fenway Park in 1912.
  • While Braves Field was under construction, the “Miracle” Boston Braves played their 1914 World Series games at Fenway Park, sweeping the Philadelphia Phillies 4-0.
  • Several professional football teams have played their home games at Fenway Park: the Boston Red Skins (1933-1936), the Boston Yanks (1944-1948) and the Boston Patriots (1963-1968).
  • The Boston College and Boston University football teams at various times played their home games at Fenway Park.
  • Fenway Park dimensions:

    Left field line – 310 feet
    Left center field – 379 feet
    Center field – 390 feet
    Deep center field – 420 feet
    Deep right field – 380 feet
    Right field line – 302 feet
    Left field wall – 37 feet high
    Center field wall – 17 feet high
    Bullpen fences – 5 feet high
    Right field fence – 3 to 5 feet high

  • The scoreboard numbers used to display runs and hits measure 16 inches by 16 inches and weigh 3 pounds. The numbers used to display errors, innings and pitcher numbers measure 12 inches by 16 inches and weigh 2 pounds.
  • The walls inside the “Green Monster” are covered with player signatures from over the years.
  • The initials for team owners Tom and Jean Yawkey (“TAY” and “JRY”) are displayed on the scoreboard in vertical strips of Morse code.


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