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High-definition video highlights Fenway Park makeover

Fenway Park improvements to the right field lower seating bowl include concrete repair, waterproofing, and seat replacements. The Red Sox are completing a 10-year, $285 million renovation project, which also includes improvements to concession areas and high-tech scoreboards for the park, which opened in 1912. Fenway Park improvements to the right field lower seating bowl include concrete repair, waterproofing, and seat replacements. The Red Sox are completing a 10-year, $285 million renovation project, which also includes improvements to concession areas and high-tech scoreboards for the park, which opened in 1912. (Barry Chin/ Globe Staff)
By Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / October 20, 2010

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The Boston Red Sox , in the final phase of a decade-long makeover of Fenway Park, have begun off-season improvements designed to bring a high-definition, statistics-laden video experience to the oldest ballpark in the major leagues. (Full article: 651 words)

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