Fenway Park

5 Entertaining Uses of MLB’s New Statcast Tracking Technology

Most baseball fans will remember Alex Rodriguez's 660th home run whether they want to or not—the May 1 blast at Fenway Park tied A-Rod with Willie Mays for fourth place on the all-time home run list.

Now Your Whole House Can Be a Shrine to Fenway’s Green Monster, Thanks to Benjamin Moore

For many Red Sox fans, the only thing more iconic about Fenway Park than chanting "Yankees suck" is the Green Monster, and now you can bring a taste of that towering wall home with you. Benjamin Moore's Fenway Collection lets baseball fans buy the exact shades of paint used in the ballpark, and of course the most iconic color being promoted is Green Monster. Other shades in the collection are Boston Red, Boston Blue, Baseline White, and Foul Pole Yellow, just so we're all caught up. The Martin Agency's video spots for the collection, set to the Standells' "Dirty Water," are full of civic pride and Tom Sawyer-worthy fence painting, including an unlikely shot of someone climbing up a ladder with paint bucket in hand as if to touch up the Green Monster manually. He's like the John Henry of stadium painting. More seriously, Benjamin Moore has pledged to renovate youth league ballparks around Boston with some of the sales of its Fenway Collection and has already repainted a field in West Roxbury.

Mo Shines, but All-Star Ratings Continue to Falter

As baseball’s all-time saves leader ambled in from the bullpen in the bottom of the 8th inning, fans at Citi Field—and all over America—stood up and took notice.