Every Sunday, Boston Globe photographer Stan Grossfeld asks the subject of one of his photos to explain what's happening in the shot.
Who’s up today:Former Red Sox first baseman Bill Buckner, greeting fans under the bleachers during the centennial celebration for Fenway Park, April 20, 2012.
Buckner: “It was a great day. I really want to thank the Red Sox. It was right up there with throwing out the first ball. I got the opportunity to be introduced early and watch all the guys come out. We got to catch up. I talked to Oil Can [Boyd] under the bleachers. We always had a special relationship. I’ve been under the stands before. Last year I walked around Fenway when I went to a game when I was managing in Brockton. The fans at the anniversary, they were great. Nope, there wasn’t any negative words. Not a word. It was all good. Some fans said thanks. A couple of people said that all that other stuff [from the 1986 World Series] is a bunch of bull. They said they appreciated all that I did. It was all good memories. The whole experience was awesome. I really appreciated everyone. Thanks so much.’’