The Boston Globe has covered Fenway Park for more than 100 years, from its design in 1911 to its 100th anniversary in 2012 and beyond. Explore the significant moments in the history of the park, as covered by the Globe.
Ted Williams blasts a 502-foot home run to the right field bleachers. The landing spot would later be marked by a lone red seat.
The Yankees complete the "Boston Massacre," a four-game sweep in which they outscore the Red Sox 42-9.
Tom Brunansky's dramatic catch in right field seals a win over the White Sox that clinched the AL East title on the last day of the regular season.
Tim Wakefield earns his 15th win during a remarkable run in which he won 14 of his first 15 decisions since signing with the Red Sox.
Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy says baseball purists will be sickened by the newly installed Coke bottles atop the Green Monster.
Fans line Fenway Park inside and out for the Home Run Derby as part of the All-Star game festivities.
Ted Williams is the biggest star of the night when he throws out the first pitch at the All-Star game.
John Hancock reaches a deal with the Red Sox to install a giant illuminating sign above the center field scoreboard.
Fenway Park was awash in patriotism as the Red Sox returned from a week-long break after the Sept. 11 attacks.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band become the biggest band ever to hold a concert at Fenway Park.
Benches empty and Pedro Martinez tosses Yankees coach Don Zimmer to the ground in a 4-3 New York win in Game 3 of the ALCS.
Jason Varitek's punch of Alex Rodriguez sparks a brawl in a game when the Red Sox would come back to defeat the Yankees 11-10.
Dave Roberts' stolen base and David Ortiz' second walk-off home run of the postseason mark a 6-4 win that staves off elimination in Game 4 of the ALCS.
David Ortiz notches his second walk-off hit in as many games in the 14th inning of Game 5 of the ALCS.
The Red Sox outlast the Cardinals 11-9 in Game 1 as the World Series returned to Fenway for the first time in 18 years.
Curt Schilling, with his bloody ankle ailing, leads the Red Sox to a win in Game 2 of the World Series against the Cardinals.
The Red Sox roll into another World Series with an 11-2 win against the Indians in Game 7 of the ALCS.
Josh Beckett leads the Red Sox to a dominating 13-1 win against the Rockies in Game 1 of the World Series.
Bill Buckner returns to a warm ovation as he throws out the first pitch on Opening Day when the Red Sox raise another championship banner.
A walk-off hit by Jed Lowrie clinches the game and the series for the Red Sox in Game 4 of the ALDS.
The Boston Bruins bring hockey to Fenway as they defeat the Philadelphia Flyers 2-1 in overtime in the NHL's Winter Classic.
The Red Sox are booed off the field in a loss to the Orioles, the final home game in a month when they'd squander a 9 1/2-game lead and miss the playoffs.
Manager Terry Francona announces at Fenway that he has parted ways with the team after eight seasons in which he won two World Series titles.
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