Home of the Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park remains the oldest MLB stadium currently in use. The Red Sox have sold out every home game since May 15, 2003, and in 2008 the park broke the MLB record by selling out its 456th consecutive game. The streak continues, and as of July 17, 2012, the park has had 760 consecutive sellouts.
Over the years, Fenway Park underwent many renovations and additions that have resulted in some quirky features. First off, Fenway Park is small by MLB standards; it has the fourth lowest seating capacity, and second lowest total capacity of all MLB stadiums. It is one of seven MLB ballparks that is unable to accommodate at least 40,000 spectators. Another unique feature is “The Triangle,” a section of seating in center field where the walls form a triangle. The far right corner is 420 feet from home plate and is marked as the center field home run distance. The true center is unmarked.
There are many ways to check out Fenway Park during your time in Boston for the Annual Meeting. Tours are offered daily from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM except on game days when the last tour is offered three hours before the first pitch. The Red Sox also have two home series around Annual Meeting time: May 23-26 vs. the Cleveland Indians and May 27-28 vs. the Philadelphia Phillies. For more information about Fenway Park, visit the links below.