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Field of dreams for brides-to-be at Fenway

Marcita Thompson of the Red Sox and TLC’s Randy Fenoli.

JOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE GLOBE

Marcita Thompson of the Red Sox and TLC’s Randy Fenoli.

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“Say Yes to the Dress” and “Randy to the Rescue” star Randy Fenoli left his first visit to Fenway Park with his very own Red Sox jersey, which was presented to him by the ballpark’s director of event operations, Marcita Thompson. He was there as part of Sunday’s Fenway Park Bridal Festival, where almost-marrieds scoped out caterers, wedding bands, and other industry vendors. Other notables at the event included performer Nick Cosmo, who stars in Improv Aslyum’s “All the Single Ladies.” The show — which caters to bachelorette parties and girls’ nights out — is about a bride-to-be’s last night on the town.

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