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Dan Shaughnessy’s favorite Fenway Park columns

Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy has been a member of the paper’s staff since 1981. He pulled out some of his favorite Fenway Park columns on the occasion of the park’s 100th anniversary.

April 30, 1986: Roger Clemens strikes out a record 20 batters

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April 18, 1994: Shaughnessy’s daughter, Kate, a Jimmy Fund patient, throws out first pitch

June 9, 1996: On the 50th anniversary of Ted Williams’ 502-foot home run to the “red seat”

July 13, 1999: A Home Run Derby party at Fenway Park

Aug. 19, 2007: Exploring the tale of Jimmy Fund patient Jordan Leandre’s experiences at Fenway

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