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Fenway Park:The Centennial: 100 Years of Red Sox Baseball Hardcover – September 13, 2011
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"This beautifully illustrated 176-page coffee-table style book captures the feel and spirit of Fenway Park ... the book includes over 200 images, including many from the archives of the Boston Public Library - as well as rarely seen artifices and memorabilia from the decades of events held in Fenway." - Boston Sports Media Watch
"Not simply a love letter to the old ball yard. Wisnia naturally revels in all the good times and feelings so many Bostonians have experienced within its confines ... but balances his perspective by noting some of the more challenging times the facility and the team have experienced." - The Hardball Times
"An in-depth, stunning and engaging look at 'America's Most Beloved Ballpark' ... captures the very essence of Fenway Park and Boston baseball by looking back at Fenway's construction, Red Sox legends, taking a trip inside the famous Green Monster and sharing the passion that is so evident in Sox fans everywhere." - NESN.com
“A top-notch job.” ―SportsofBoston.com
“A must read for all baseball fans.” ―ThroughtheFenceBaseball.com
“An in-depth, stunning and engaging look at ‘America's Most Beloved Ballpark'.” ―NESN
“A terrific look at one of baseball's grandest cathedrals and one of its most famous teams.” ―HardBallTimes.com
About the Author
SAUL WISNIA is a former sports and news correspondent for The Washington Post and feature writer for The Boston Herald who is now a senior publications editor at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. He has authored, co-authored or otherwise contributed to numerous books on Boston baseball history, and his essays and articles have also appeared in Sports Illustrated, Red Sox Magazine, and The Boston Globe. He lives 6.78 miles from Fenway Park in Newton, MA.