The 2013 World Series begins Wednesday in one of baseball's most historic stadiums — Fenway Park. The Boston Red Sox host the St. Louis Cardinals in this year's series. But before the action begins, Big League Stew took advantage of workout day to visit some places at Fenway Park the average fan might not get to visit.
Enjoy this tour of scenic Fenway Park. — Mike Oz, Big League Stew Fenway Park hosts Games 1 and 2 of the 2013 World Series between the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox. A (relatively) quiet night at the park before two World Series games. How many times do you get to see a rainbow over Fenway? It happened during the Red Sox's workout on Tuesday. The World Series logo directly behind home plate. Sitting inside the third-base dugout. If you're on the field, looking at the Green Monster. Or, if you're looking up the Monster, it would look like this. A look at the park as the center fielder sees it from the warning track. If you're a left fielder playing a ball hit in the corner, this is what you'd see. If you were standing next to the Green Monster. Looking over the Green Monster. Right behind Pesky's Pole (the foul pole) in right field. The Lone Red Seat in Section 42, which marks a 502-foot home run hit by Ted Williams in 1946. Face value ticket price during World Series: $135. Need relief? Use the dugout phone to call the bullpen. Who tagged inside the Green Monster? For shame. The one place where peanuts and Cracker Jack aren't allowed. If you sat in front row atop the Green Monster. Face value ticket price during World Series: $235. One of the cornermost seats in Fenway — Section 33, Row 3, Seat 17. Face value ticket price during World Series: $235. From one of the furthest seats in the park from home plate — right underneath the video board, the highest row in center field. It's Section 37, Row 40, Seat 1. Face value ticket price during World Series: $125. One of the closest seats in the ballpark — Field Box 40, Row 1, Seat 1. Face value ticket price during World Series: $800.