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Fenway Park Celebrates 100 Years Of Baseball

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Fenway Park Celebrates 100 Years Of Baseball

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Fenway Park Celebrates 100 Years Of Baseball

Fenway Park Celebrates 100 Years Of Baseball

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The nation's oldest ball park is turning 100. Boston's Fenway Park has been home to the Red Sox through some of baseball's greatest highs and most heartbreaking lows. The park also narrowly escaped the fate of similar old stadiums that were torn down.

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