A few weeks back, my family and I took a break from beach time on the Cape and drove into Boston for the day. What for? Well, if you don’t know already, my son is an avid baseball fan. So we decided to take a tour of Fenway Park. It was a magical day. We found a new bar/restaurant located under Fenway where we could sit and look over the field itself while enjoying our sandwiches. We walked around it’s exterior picking up souvenirs and snapping pictures. And then we spent a very interesting hour inside the park, which culminated with some time sitting in the monster seats.
One of the most interesting stops, however, was our time sitting in the Press Box. Our tour guide told some fantastic stories about the history of the ball park. I am no baseball freak, but these stories are great. And I was very lucky to have decided to pull out my flip and capture these stories here.
So if you are any kind of baseball fan at all, I suggest you watch. It’s about 10 minutes long but these stories are really very cool. Plus our guide has the most legit Boston accent you’ll ever hear. He was the perfect guide.