Upon hearing of the death of Scott Sanderson, I thought of this photo I took in June 1991 at Fenway Park. He went six innings, allowing one run to get the win (5-1, Yankees). About a week later, he was named to his only All-Star team. It was my first game at Fenway. The seats
Dad, sis and me I’ve been to Fenway Park several times over the years (seeing the Yankees twice, once more than I’ve seen the Red Sox in the Bronx), but the first trip wasn’t for a game. My family stopped to visit my mom’s cousin in Arlington, Mass., on our way up to Maine (our
Monteleone takes in the game Happy Birthday, Fenway! This photo was taken in 1991 and remains one of my favorite photos I’ve taken, particularly from those early years.
Juan Gonzalez Tonight I’m posting what I hope will be the first in a weekly — or at least bi-weekly — feature wherein I go back to my film negatives and scan in photos I’ve taken since I got my first SLR camera in high school. This is the first batch of those images. I
In the interest of continuing to chronicle the demise of Tiger Stadium, I found this short piece interesting: The scoreboard from the old ballpark has been installed at Wayne State University’s baseball field. The last sentence of the story/press release explains, interestingly, that the field was modeled after Boston’s Fenway Park: The facility underwent a