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Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts is a one-of-a-kind baseball park that has been in business since 1912. Few other baseball parks are listed in the National Park Service and Britannica, which speaks to the historical notability of the place. It is the oldest stadium in Major League Baseball. In the beginning, Fenway Park was Fenway-Kenmore, named after the Boston neighborhood it was built within. Back then, it was mainly a mass of steel-and-concrete, with unfished seating and continued construction even into the first World Series held there, but teams began playing right away. It was all about the sport, come rain or shine.
Long before it was Fenway Park, the area were wet marshlands known as the Back Bay Fens. Landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted designed a new landscape, which turned into Emerald Necklace; this public park and neighborhood development became known as the West Fens/Fenway Park neighborhood.
However, once it became the known-and-loved baseball field, there was no turning back. Over the decades a number of changes took over the venue. A couple fires required renovation, particularly to the walls and seats. Eventually, an upper deck and lights were installed, allowing for more spectators and night games. In 2002, the new owners initiated a 10-year renovation project, aimed at bringing Fenway Park to its best for its century anniversary. While the original construction was $650,000, the renovations were a grand total of $285 million. Making the place up to code, up to date and with the times cost a pretty penny, but it maintained the historic value of the place, something fans of the home team, the Boston Red Sox, love.
Although Fenway Park most notably hosts sporting events, it has played a role in some major events over time. In addition to boxing, wreslting, ice hockey, and football games that have temporarily played out on the field, it has hosted political events, such as the presidential rallies of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Barry Goldwater, and Eugene McCarthy.
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