America's 100 most important sports venues

Jim Caple ranks America's 100 most important sports venues.

Updated: September 19, 2008, 3:31 PM ET
By Jim Caple | Page 2

No. 1 | Nos. 2 through 5 | Nos. 6 through 10

11. Fenway Park Location: Boston. Opened: 1912. Capacity: 39,928.

Because it's the oldest ballpark in the major leagues and still among the best. Because it's where Babe Ruth pitched, Ted Williams hit, Carlton Fisk danced and Big Papi went yard. Because its Green Monster is the most famous wall outside of China. Because it is such a part of baseball and America that we all have heard the voice that commanded Ray Kinsella to visit ...

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