Fenway Park

Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Soxs where you can come and and see a Boston Red Soxs game.

Fenway Park

Member Rating 0 out of 5 by 1229 on September 25, 2006

The most memorable event is seeing the Boston Red Soxs game. I remember seeing, Wally, the green monster, who is the mascot for the Boston Red Soxs because of the green wall they have. There is also a large Citgo sign at night that gos on and off and does other designs like in Las Vegas, Nevada on the strip at night. ${QuickSuggestions} The concession stand is expensive, even cost more than mostly ballparks newer and west, serving Coke products. A Diet Coke cost $4.75, $3 at other products. $4.75 is how much a meal cost at McDonald's for one person. A Diet Coke is only 50 cents at Kroger. Fenway Park is also the oldest running park in Major League Baseball so it is the most expensive for tickets. ${BestWay} Car if you are coming from far, expect parking might take a while to walk from the car to Fenway Park.

Fenway Park

Member Rating 3 out of 5 by 1229 on September 25, 2006

Fenway park was built in 1912, the oldest continuous running ballpark in Major League Baseball, also the most expensive. The Boston Red Soxs is an American League Team. When I was there, they were playing against the Cleveland Indians and it was a night game. Boston lost, but I don't remember the score. The food and drinks from the concession is expensive. At a normal newer ballpark or at another ballpark further west, it costs $3 for a Diet Coke or Pepsi. Here, they served Coke products and it cost $4.75. You can get a meal at McDonald's for one person at that much money. It costs 50 cents for a Diet Coke or Pepsi in a can at Kroger. The game was enjoyable.
Fenway Park
4 Yawkey Way
Boston, Massachusetts
(617) 482-4769


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