Monsters are pretty typical at Fenway Park (or at least green monsters, anyway), but this Halloween featured a little extra fright at the ballpark.
Opening its gates up to young fans as one of the Red Sox organization's 100 acts of kindness to correspond with the stadium's 100th anniversary, there was much to enjoy. Face painters, balloon artists, a magician and other fan activities were at the ballpark for the youngsters to enjoy — even Larry Lucchino got into the act, dressing as Jason Aldean. And don't worry, there was candy, too.
Check out the video above to see how "Trick-or-Treat at Fenway Park" went down, and how some Providence Bruins brightened up the day for patients at Children's Hospital.