Sinkoff’s Uncle Designs Sign For Fenway Park
My Uncle Mark is nicknamed "Uncle Fenway" for a reason. He actually works for the Red Sox. His company, Favermann Design, has been designing signage for sporting events for years.
They created the "look" for the 1996 Atlanta Olympics and are routinely doing work that is seen at Fenway Park every game.
His latest Fenway project was a sign on the infield padding behind home plate honoring the Boston Bruins Stanley Cup title.
During last Friday's 10-4 win over Milwaukee, the Red Sox unveiled their tribute to their hockey counterpart.
The Bruins defeated the Vancouver Canucks on Thursday, 4-0, to win the series 4 games to 3. It was their first Stanley Cup crown since 1972.
The Bruins championship now means that Boston has won 7 titles in 10 years in the 4 major professional sports.
The Patriots started the run by winning the Super Bowl 2002. They also took home titles in 2004 and 2005. The Red Sox finally broke the curse in 2004 and won another World Series in 2007. The Celtics claimed Boston's next title - an NBA Championship in 2008. And then last week was the Bruins turn.
Pretty cool touch by the Red Sox by honoring the Bruins title at Fenway Park. And props to Uncle Fenway for helping to make it happen!