Fenway Fun Facts
  • The first game at Fenway Park was played on April 20, 1912, a few days
    after the Titanic sank.
  • Fenway Park is the oldest and smallest ballpark in all of Major League baseball—and the seats in the grandstand are original!
  • The venerable 37-foot tall “Green Monster” wasn’t built until 1934,
    replacing “Duffy’s Cliff”—and it was blue at first, not green.
  • The Boston Red Sox, and Fenway Park as their home, own the longest
    sell-out streak in all of major pro sports at 820 games.
  • Osborn Engineering of Ohio, one of Morrissey Goodale’s clients, helped
    design repairs to Fenway Park after a fire in 1934.
  • Fenway Park has hosted many events, including professional football
    games for the Boston Redskins and the Boston Patriots, concerts,
    soccer and hockey games, and political and religious campaigns.
  • On March 7, 2012, less than a month after its 100-year anniversary,
    Fenway Park was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Register Today

A/E CEO Event Fenway Park
4 Yawkey Way, Boston
September 7-8, 2017

Seating is limited and this event will sell out.
To guarantee admission, register today.

Registration Fee