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It was a perfect day for baseball at America’s Most Beloved Ballpark on Saturday, July 26, 2003 when the Red Sox beat the Yankees before a packed house.

This vivid panoramic print features the two rivals on the field and captures the beauty of the Green Monster and everything you love about Fenway Park: the new Green Monster seats, Citgo sign, hand-operated scoreboard, Pesky Pole and unique design of the ballpark.
Fenway Park (The Green Monster) Panoramic by Rob Arra

The Green Monster

 (rolled poster in tube)
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Framed The Green Monster Print

 (matted in a black resin frame with high quality plexiglass)
Only $100
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Print size: 39" x 13½"

The caption reads:
The Green Monster
July 26, 2003 -
Final Score: Red Sox 5 Yankees 4
A panoramic view of Fenway Park -
The Rob Arra Collection

The frame is made of a black composite resin.

More background information about this print...

The Green Monster - Fenway Park

At 37 feet high and 240 feet long the Green Monster is the most recognized feature at Fenway. This panoramic photograph was taken in 2003, the inaugural year of the Green Monster seats. There are only 274 seats atop the Monster and since their inception they have been the most highly sought after tickets in baseball.

Ticket demand is greatest when New York visits Boston, and this photo was taken in the 1st inning of a Red Sox-Yankees clash. The Sox won this battle 5-4 when David Ortiz (who else?) hit a game-winning single off the Green Monster in the bottom of the 9th.

This poster is available rolled or framed.
Standard framing consists of a black hardwood frame, mat, and high quality plexiglass.

This ballpark panoramic photo was taken by Massachusetts native Rob Arra, who specializes in ballpark photography. Rob's one-of-a-kind photos are taken with a specialized camera system that eliminates the blurring and striation often present in panoramic photographs.