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Fenway park was opened in 1912 and the first game was hosted on April 20, 1912. It is one of the most unique parks in the MLB. It has a 37 foot wall in left field as right field hooks to be 302, the shortest distance for a homerun in the MLB. If you want a homerun to dead center, you'll have to hit the ball 420 feet. It also has a manually operated scoreboard and has fit in many more seats from when in was first open, included the ones on the top of the Green Monster.