FENWAY PARK

I like to call Fenway Park the “Cathedral of Baseball” and with the help of park personnel in the 80’s and 90’s, I was able to photograph rarely-seen areas of the Red Sox’s home. The old wall is gone now but before it was replaced, I was able to capture vivid color images of the thousands of ball dents in the scoreboard and of the signatures inside of it as well. Some of the dents actually had the marks from the seam stitching stamped into the paint. Who hit those drives? Yastremski, Rice or Carlton Fisk? Two of my images, Fenway #1 and Fenway #6, are part of the permanent collection at the Baseball Hall of Fame. You can also own this piece of history, worthy of hanging in your home or office. 

FENWAY PARK

I like to call Fenway Park the “Cathedral of Baseball” and with the help of park personnel in the 80’s and 90’s, I was able to photograph rarely-seen areas of the Red Sox’s home. The old wall is gone now but before it was replaced, I was able to capture vivid color images of the thousands of ball dents in the scoreboard and of the signatures inside of it as well. Some of the dents actually had the marks from the seam stitching stamped into the paint. Who hit those drives? Yastremski, Rice or Carlton Fisk? Two of my images, Fenway #1 and Fenway #6, are part of the permanent collection at the Baseball Hall of Fame. You can also own this piece of history, worthy of hanging in your home or office. 

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