A trip to Fenway Park is like a spiritual journey. You have to sit back and take a deep breath. You have to take your time walking around the fascinating area surrounding Fenway Park and you have to leave yourself enough time to take in the indescribable aura of the inner walls of Fenway Park. Most importantly, you have to make sure you savor each and every second that you have within the special walls of sacred Fenway Park.
Whether it’s the majesty of the Green Monster looming in Left Field.
Whether it’s Pesky Pole – the right field foul pole that stands a mere 302 feet from home plate – one of the shortest porches in the Major Leagues.
Whether it’s the hand-operated manual scoreboard that still occupies that special space within the Green Monster.
Whether it’s the red seat in the right field bleachers – marking the longest home run ever to land inside Fenway Park (Ted Williams’ shot on June 9, 1946 measured out a hefty 502 feet).
There is always something special about Fenway Park, no matter how many times you’ve been there.