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Fenway Park Transform into Winter Sports Park
Fenway Park has been the home of the Boston Red Sox since 1912. While baseball is the main focus of the stadium, it has hosted other events such as concerts, football, soccer and even hockey. Now the 104-year-old stadium can add a couple other winter sports to its resume: skiing and snowboarding. Standing high above the Green Monster, a 140-foot ski jump has been constructed in centerfield, sloping down to home plate, for the Big Air at Fenway U.S. Grand Prix event to be held this Thursday and Friday. Some of the best free skiers and snowboarders from around the world will gather inside the historic baseball stadium to compete in front of a large crowd of more than 20,000. "When people see it in person in Boston, they're going to be like, 'This is crazy,'" snowboarder Eric Beauchemin told the Boston Globe.
-Driving to Dodger Stadium? Take the new Vin Scully Avenue
-Rays allowed to expand new ballpark search to Hillsborough
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DID YOU KNOW? On April 28, 1965, New York Mets broadcaster Lindsey Nelson broadcast the Mets vs Houston Astros game from the Astrodome's gondola, 208 feet above second base, approximately 18 stories above the field.

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