Explore the Red Sox clubhouse inside Fenway Park

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Fenway Park
After 101 years, Fenway is still alive and in good shape. And if there's one place where you can breath its history, it's in the clubhouse. Use the upper navigation to see more
Click on the audio icons to hear Dan Shaughnessy driving you through the secrets of the locker room.
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Click on the icons on the left to learn more about the locker room. Go to the first position of the slider for audio.
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Trainer Bits Bierhalter, stokes up the stove in the Fenway clubhouse in 1928 while several players, including pitcher Danny MacFayden (wearing glasses), look on.
Ages of Fenway
Click on the thumbnails to see bigger photos and descriptions of some of the historical moments of Fenway's clubhouse

Sources: Red Sox, Boston Redevelopment Authority

Chiqui Esteban, Javier Zarracina, Luke Knox/Globe Staff

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