From the archives | Aug. 6 Carl Yastrzemski is home to stay after No. 8 retired ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page John Blanding/Globe Staff Red Sox manager Don Zimmer was ejected from this game on April 14, 1980. Frank O'Brien/Globe Staff Groundskeeper Jim McCarthy did some maintenance on the bullpen mound in 1983. The boston Globe/file The Citgo sign was turned back on in 1983 after being dark for several years. Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff Carl Yastrzemski strolled around Fenway Park to salute fans who turned out to honor him in one of his final games before retirement on Oct. 1, 1983. Jim Wilson/Globe Staff Ted Williams joined team owner Jean Yawkey as his and Joe Cronin's numbers were retired by the Red Sox on May 29, 1984. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff ''Oil Can" Boyd and Jim Rice were tucked into the corner of the Red Sox dugout in this Aug. 23, 1985, game. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Bill Buckner dived in vain for this foul ball in 1985. Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff Roger Clemens showed off the ball he used in his 20-strikeout game a day earlier on April 30, 1986. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff Daniel Hatfield, Nathan Burbar, and Josh Barrett, all of New Brunswick, loaded up on souvenirs during a trip to Fenway in 1986. Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff Ted Williams posed with Carroll Hardy, right, the only player ever to pinch-hit for him, during the 1986 Old Timers game at Fenway. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff ''Oil Can" Boyd jumped into the arms of catcher Rich Gedman after the Red Sox clinched the AL East title on Sept. 28, 1986. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff Fans settled in for a cold wait outside Fenway Park for playoff tickets on Oct. 5, 1986. Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff Jim Rice saluted the fans after his three-run home run against the Angels in Game 7 of the 1986 ALCS. The boston Globe/file Red Sox players celebrated their first AL pennant in 11 years after winning Game 7 of the ALCS. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Fans joyously celebrated the Red Sox winning a berth back in the World Series. Tom Herde/Globe Staff Workers used a crane to hoist the center field scoreboard out of Fenway Park so it could be replaced. The boston Globe/file Fans in the bleachers regularly tracked strikeouts during Roger Clemens's starts with K cards hung on the wall. Bill Brett/Globe Staff In 1989, Fenway Park underwent a radical reconfiguration when the glass-enclosed 600 Club debuted. John Blanding/Globe Staff Teammates congratulated Wade Boggs after his home run helped power a win over the Rangers on May 7, 1989. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff "Oil Can" Boyd took a swing with his son, Dennis Boyd Jr., during family day on Aug. 26, 1989. Frank O'Brien/Globe Staff Newly signed Red Sox closer Jeff Reardon and his wife met with Red Sox owner Jean Yawkey in December 1989.