fenway park

Yankees Ruin Fenway Celebration, Beat Red Sox 6-2
On the 100-year anniversary of Fenway Park, fans of the Boston Red Sox began the day cheering for Terry “Tito” Francona out of sheer joy and elation when he walked onto the field for a pregame ceremony. But by the end of this afternoon’s 6-2 loss to the Yankees, those same fans would chant “We Want Tito” with great disdain towards Boston’s new manager Bobby Valentine.
Yankees vs. Red Sox Weekend Preview
This afternoon is the first game of the 2012 MLB season pitting two of the bitterest rivals in all of American pro sports against each other: the New York Yankees visit the Boston Red Sox, and they will celebrate the 100-year anniversary of Fenway Park. Some would call it a historic piece of real estate, others would call it an over-rated piece of crap, but that’s another debate for another time.
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.