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An anniversary celebration a century in the making took place on the emerald green field at Fenway Park on April 20, 2012. That day marked exactly 100 years since the ballpark in the Fenway section of Boston made its major league debut. In tribute, 212 former Red Sox players, coaches and managers had an on field reunion, with groups of each gathering at their primary playing day positions. Such was the setting when, with a bright blue sky overhead and 36,770 fans filling the surrounding grandstands, Fenway's century celebration was immortalized in this picture perfect panorama of it.
100th birthday celebration of Fenway Park panorama

Century at Fenway Celebration

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Framed Century at Fenway Celebration Print

 (matted in a black resin frame with high quality plexiglass)
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Print size: 39" x 13½"

The caption reads:
A Century at Fenway
April 20, 2012
A Panoramic View in Fenway Park - Boston, Massachusetts - The Rob Arra Collection

The frame is made of a
black composite resin.

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A Century at Fenway - 100th Anniversary Celebration

America’s Most Beloved Ballpark hosted its first American League game on April 20, 1912 and exactly 100 years later the two teams that officially christened the place played on its field again.

But before the Yankees-Red Sox game on April 20, 2012 began, an extravagant 45-minute tribute was held in which as many living Red Sox alumni who could make it returned to Boston to take their positions on Fenway's field, which became the majors' first to host a hundred years worth of games. In all, 212 former Red Sox donned Red Sox jerseys on this day, ranging from the obscure, including Izzy Alcantara and Harley Hisner, to the fan favorites, such as Dwight Evans and Lou Merloni, to the legendary, like Carlton Fisk and Carl Yastrzemski. When this panorama of the proceedings was taken, the jumbo screen in center field showed Bobby Doerr, 94, and Johnny Pesky, 92, being wheeled to second base by recent retirees Jason Varitek and Tim Wakefield.

Never before in its history had Red Sox Nation been so unified and this print, the product of Massachusetts native Rob Arra's camera, vividly captures the ceremony and sight of Fenway Park as it celebrated its 100th anniversary, while the poster includes the official Fenway Park 100 Years logo on it in the bottom right corner.