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The 7th Inning Stretch during Fenway Park's 100th Anniversary Celebration





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Published on Apr 21, 2012

A lot has happened since April 20, 1912.

The United States alone has seen two World Wars, 18 different presidents and 100 years of history. Of course, one thing has remained constant: the Red Sox playing home games at Fenway Park.

Friday marked the park's 100th anniversary, a celebration that included a pregame ceremony featuring over 200 Red Sox alumni.

While the Sox couldn't pull off a win over the Yankees on the special occasion, there were still plenty of sights to behold as the team paid tribute to its century at Fenway.

The teams wore throwback uniforms, created in the likeness of the jerseys from 1912. Clothing aside, former Red Sox players were invited to come onto the field to celebrate. And of course, fans were treated to a great show of history, even making a little of their own, as the Fenway Faithful helped set the world record for most people toasting in a single venue

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