Charles Steinberg is the maestro of Red Sox magic Back after four-year hiatus ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Red Sox senior adviser Dr. Charles Steinberg played his guitar in his office at Fenway Park on May 30, 2012. Michael Ivins/ The Boston Red Sox Red Sox players Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Daniel Bard, and Darnell McDonald with Steinberg at the Hard Rock Cafe to celebrate the new ABKCO Records release, “100th Anniversary of Fenway Park.” Bill Greene/Globe Staff Steinberg was responsible for the festivities surrounding Tim Wakefield Day at Fenway Park on May 15. Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff He planned the big Fenway 100th anniversary extravaganza on April 20. Charles Steinberg Steinberg's cellphone photo taken of Hall of Famers Johnny Pesky, 92, and Bobby Doerr, 94, watching the Fenway 100th anniversary game, a favorite personal moment for Steinberg. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Steinberg served as executive vice president/public affairs for the Red Sox from 2002 through 2007 and returned four years later. Steinberg, president/CEO Larry Lucchino and vice president/general manager Theo Epstein at a press conference announcing that they will not exercise the option on the contract of manager Grady Little in 2003. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Steinberg talked to team DH David Ortiz on the field at Fenway Park before a September game in 2007.