Why exactly does Fenway Park have the Green Monster, anyway?
Over the years, the Green Monster has grown into one of the most beloved ballpark quirks in America. It’s watched over some of the game’s most iconic moments and caught some of its most icpnic dingers. Celebrities want to sign it. Players want to know what’s inside it. Fans are willing to travel from all over the country — the world, even — to see it in person. Which is why it’s so ironic that the Monster was first built expressly to keep people out.
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