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Fenway turns 100

Local fans of Boston Red Sox love intimacy of storied park, links to great players of past

Sunday, April 15, 2012
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For years, one of Sam Vardaro’s favorite spots in Boston was a place where everybody knew your name. “It felt like home, every time you went in there,” Vardaro said, remembering innings and hours spent inside Fenway Park, home to the city’s beloved Red Sox. “When you walked in there, you knew everybody. It’s been a long time, but that’s what it felt like.”...

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