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Father and Son Build Fenway Park Replica -- Awesome!

Post by Jill Baughman The biggest news out of the sports world today? Fenway Park, America's oldest professional sports venue, turns 100 years old. Considering cities can't raise money (or get into debt) fast enough to build the latest and greatest arenas and stadiums, it's pretty fantastic than Fenway has reached this epic milestone. Can you believe that Fenway’s first game was played 100 years ago on Friday? And President John F.
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