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Fenway Park is a ballpark located in Boston, Massachusetts and has been the home of the Boston Red Sox of Major League Baseball since 1912, making it the oldest ballpark in baseball. It is the fourth-smallest among MLB ballparks by seating capacity, second-smallest by total capacity, and one of eight that cannot accommodate at least 40,000 spectators. Fenway has hosted the World Series 11 times, with the Red Sox winning six and the Boston Braves winning one. The ballpark has hosted many events including concerts, soccer matches, the 2010 NHL Winter Classic, NCAA Football (Notre Dame vs. Boston College in 2015). The Green Monster is the nickname of the iconic 37.167 foot left field wall. It is located 310 to 315 feet from home plate and often benefits right-handed hitters. Part of the original ballpark constructed in 1912, the wall is made of wood, but was covered in tin and concrete in 1934 when the scoreboard was added. Despite the name, the Green Monster was not painted green until 1947. Before then, the wall was covered with advertisements. The "Monster" nickname is relatively new and was simply called "The Wall" for the majority of it's history.
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Boston Red Sox FAQ
What is the capacity of Fenway Park?
Fenway Park is one of the smallest ballparks in all of MLB, with a seating capacity of 37,731.
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When did Fenway Park Open?
Fenway Park opened on April 20, 1912. It is the oldest ballpark in baseball.
When did the Boston Red Sox join the MLB?
The Boston Red Sox were founded 1901. Originally the Boston Americans.