There's an article that contains 50 bits of Red Sox/Fenway trivia here's the first 5 and a link to read the whole article:
1. Many Red Sox fans can tell you that the Green Monster is 37 feet high. But did you know the length of the left-field wall is 231 feet, including 3 feet of foul territory?
2. Evidence that the Sox have someone counting everything on Yawkey Way is this item on the team's community service: Sox players made 414 appearances on behalf of the club last season, in addition to the work they may do on their own, and Sox alumni made an additional 276 appearances.
3. Brian O'Halloran, the team's assistant general manager, spent two years in Tbilisi, which is not a little-known outpost in the New York-Penn League but located in the Republic of Georgia, where he studied ethnic conflict. O'Halloran also spent three years in Moscow and is fluent in Russian and Georgian, a language you thought only the Drew brothers were fluent in.
4. With John Farrell as manager in 2011, the Blue Jays were undefeated in 11 extra-inning games at home. The Jays were the first team since 1901 to win at least 10 extra-inning games at home without a loss.
5. Farrell, who was traded along with right-handed pitcher David Carpenter for Sox shortstop Mike Aviles, was part of only six trades involving a manager. That includes the only time one manager was traded for another, 1960, when the Indians sent Joe Gordon to the Tigers for Jimmy Dykes. Another manager traded was Lou Piniella [Seattle to Tampa Bay], who will be throwing out the ceremonial first pitch on Monday.
I had to add one more for the Jacoby haters (and we all know who you are):
18. Jacoby Ellsbury, who has made just 5 errors in 1,381 total chances, has a .996 career fielding percentage. That's the best ever by a major league outfielder with at least 1,000 total chances.