Fenway turns 100
A panoramic view of Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox. (photo: Michael Ivins/Boston Red Sox)
WGY radio personality Chuck Custer, a diehard Red Sox fan, shows off some of his souvenirs in his office.
This photo shows a game at Fenway Park in 1917. In its early years, the park was used for local high school for baseball and football games. (Photo courtesy of the Boston Red Sox/The Brearley Collection)
Red Sox fan Sam Vardaro, a chef at Chipshots, reminisces about his childhood. As a kid, he and his friends used to sneak into Fenway Park.
Capital Region jazzman and Red Sox fan Brian Patneaude and financée Melissa West smile during a recent game at Fenway Park in Boston. (Photo provided)
Fans sitting in the Green Monster seats (with the famous Citgo Sign behind them) at Fenway Park celebrate a game-tying home run by Darnell McDonald in the eighth inning of a game against Texas on April 20, 2010. (Michael Ivins/Boston Red Sox)
The Red Sox faced the defending American League champion Tamba Bay Rays during the home opener at Fenway Park, April 7, 2009. The Sox won 5-3 thanks to a strong performance by Josh Beckett, who struck out ten. (Michael Ivins/Boston Red Sox)