Fenway Park Keeps Its Antiquity, Charm Despite Evolution Over 104 Years

Fenway Park has evolved quite a bit since its construction in 1912.

In its early days, there was no Green Monster, and the distance to the center field wall was 500 feet, making it nearly impossible for players to hit home runs.

Several fires and antiquated features forced Red Sox owner Tom Yawkey to renovate the ballpark in the 1930s. The famous left field wall became the most iconic feature of the stadium, and in the late 1940s, the park was painted green.

Thanks to the all-new Toyota RAV4 Hybrid, you now can see just how much America’s Most Beloved Ballpark has transformed over the last 104 years while maintaining its antiquity and charm.

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