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Fenway Park shines in 100th anniversary

On a day to celebrate baseball’s crown jewel, there was plenty of something old, something new

Jim Rice was the first to emerge from a door beneath the stands to take his spot in left field, where he had patrolled Fenway Park’s greensward for many a summer day and night.

The Hall of Fame left fielder was followed by Dwight Evans, who emerged from a holding pen beneath the center field bleachers and sauntered to right field, where he played it as elegantly as any player in the park’s 100-year history.

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