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Submit Your Fenway Park Memories

Bobby Valentine takes a picture of Fenway Park after being introduced as the 45th manager in Red Sox history on Dec. 1, 2011. (AP)

Bobby Valentine takes a picture of Fenway Park after being introduced as the 45th manager in Red Sox history on Dec. 1, 2011. (AP)

Go to the mapThis year, Boston celebrates 100 years of Fenway Park. Opened in 1912, the Red Sox’ famed ballpark is now the oldest Major League stadium still in use. Join the city’s celebration by submitting your memories and photos from your first visit to Fenway. Once you submit, we will present all your memories on our Fenway Park memory map. Please include the location of your memory or photos.

» Your Fenway Park Memories

How To Submit Your Memories:

Please note that by submitting content to WBUR you are giving us permission to publish it.

  • iPhone – Use the “Assignments” button in the WBUR app to send us photos, audio and text.
  • Twitter – Submit photos and memories and alert us by mentioning @wbur, so that we see your post. Also use the hashtag #Fenway100.
  • Email – Email your photos and memories to report@wbur.org. Please be sure to put “Fenway Park 100″ in the subject line of your message.
  • Flickr – Once you have uploaded your Fenway photos to your Flickr account, please share them with our Flickr group.
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  • Chris

    Watching BU play BC one week after the Winter Classic. Fifteen degrees and light snow under the lights. Perfect.
     
    http://www.zimbio.com/pictures/Dk8aI-HRLqp/Sun+Life+Frozen+Fenway+Hockey+East/ckOvFMcwWKO

  • E. Houde

    My first time in Fenway was shortly after I moved to Boston from upstate NY in 2000. I was not a baseball fan when I arrived, but I left entranced!  We get 4-packs each year now!

  • Fan

    I was 10 when my dad took me to my first game in 1958.  I have four brothers, but he chose to take me, his daughter alone, that day.  Ted Williams was still playing, but he didn’t get a hit.  My father kept score and after all these years, I still have that scorecard in my possession.  

    I remember coming up out of the bowels of Fenway and seeing, for the first time, the  green field and the red and  white uniforms.  It was perfect.  I’m still going to Fenway and enjoying every minute I’m there, because, as my brother is fond of saying, ” A bad day at Fenway is better than a good day anywhere else.”

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