Boston is one of America’s oldest cities and a culture hub of New England. Among its historic neighborhoods, museums and parks, it is the home of one of America’s favorite baseball stadiums, Fenway Park.
The Boston Red Sox have called Fenway Park home since it opened its doors in April of 1912. Baseball’s elite have all played here are some point in their careers, including Babe Ruth, Roger Clemens, Mickey Mantle, and Jackie Robinson. This year marked the park’s centennial and made it the oldest Major League Baseball stadium still in use today.
Though the past one hundred years, Fenway Park has been host to more than just baseball games. Boxing matches, soccer games and hockey games all have been played at the park. Fenway has even been host to a several concerts from music greats such as Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles and B.B. King in 1973 and more recently The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band.
It is no wonder that Fenway Park is America’s most beloved ball park! Get ready to enjoy the last night of the Year Two Fall Workshop with an evening tour of Fenway Park followed by dinner.
Teams will take a detailed tour of the ballpark, including visiting the “Green Monster” and more! Teams will then head to Game On!, a premier sports viewing venue, for an evening dinner.
So grab your baseball gloves and bring your appetite for the last evening of the Year Two Fall Workshop!