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A Look Back at Fenway Park Through Amazing Old Photos

Relive the history of America's favorite pastime with this look back at Fenway Park through amazing old photos. Visit us to check out vintage pictures of Ted Williams, Big Crowds, and Vern Stephens and Walt Dropo.
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If you like baseball, you’re required to love Fenway Park. If you don’t love it, at the very least, you respect it (I’m talking to you, Yankees fans). Hey, it’s the last baseball mecca left other than Wrigley Field.

Yankee Stadium (the real one) is gone, Tiger Stadium went away a long time ago. Dodger Stadium is pretty much the last old stadium, and it’s not really that old. Fenway and Wrigley better stick around for the next 100 years because that’s the last link we have to baseball’s past.

So, to make you even more nostalgic about real baseball history, here’s a series of amazing old photographs of Fenway Park in Boston over the years.

Ted Williams scores

Ted Williams at bat vs. Chicago at Fenway
Ted Williams at bat vs. Chicago at Fenway (1949)

Stands at Fenway during 1912 World Series

Big crowd at Fenway, 1912 World Series
Big crowd at Fenway, 1912 World Series

Vern Stephens and Walt Dropo

Vern Stephens and Walt Dropo are visited by a group of lovely ladies at Fenway
Vern Stephens and Walt Dropo are visited by a group of lovely ladies at Fenway

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