Dan Shaughnessy Sox celebrate Fenway's 100th birthday, lose to the Yankees It was a day for anthems and icons, for Pedro, Pudge, and Pesky, and a Hall of Fame reunion in left field. A day to remember, in other words, followed by a game to forget. ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe Former Red Sox players, coaches, and managers took the field during the celebration of Fenway Park's 100th anniversary. Stan Grossfeld/globe Staff Sox legends Carl Yastrzemski and Jim Rice at the ceremony. John Tlumacki/globe Staff Terry Francona waved to the current Red Sox team as he entered the park. John Tlumacki/globe Staff A historic photo of the bleachers showed fans sitting in the same seats as below the monitor. Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff Sox employee Russ Raiche gave out souvenir tickets to fans inside the gates of Yawkey Way. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Carlton Fisk acknowledged the crowd. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Kevin Millar and Pedro Martinez led the fans at Fenway in a toast to celebrate the 100th anniversary. Stan Grossfeld/globe Staff The Red Sox brought 213 former players out onto the field to take their positions. Stan Grossfeld/globe Staff Dick Berradino took his place in line below the bleachers. stan grossfeld/globe Staff Jason Varitek and David Ortiz escorted Johnny Pesky to the mound as Tim Wakefield did for Bobby Doerr. John Tlumacki/globe Staff Fisk, Rice, and Yaz waited for the first pitch to be thrown out by Caroline Kennedy and Mayor Thomas Menino. Stan Grossfeld/globe Staff Dustin Pedroia met second basemen from the past. Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe Former Red Sox players, coaches, and managers left the field. Stan Grossfeld/globe Staff Nomar Garciaparra made his way through the bleachers. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff The Red Sox donned throwback uniforms for the celebration. MICHAEL DWYER/AP The scoreboard on the Green Monster marked the anniversary with a "100 years" message.