On March 23, 2005, John Henry, Tom Werner and Larry Lucchino announced the formal commitment of the club to remain long-term at Fenway Park. When the Red Sox returned to the 93-year old ballpark to defend their long-awaited 2004 World Series victory, the Red Sox players, coaches and staff received their World Series rings before the 2005 home opener and also found that their clubhouse had been expanded with a new weight room and interview room, along with a batting cage in the tunnel between the locker room and the dugout. The4 expansion of the clubhouse also created the new First Base Deck to offer more space for fans behind the first-base grandstands. Throughout the year Fenway Park hosted numerous events such as the Storybook Ball, the first Hot Stove Cool Music Fenway Sessions concert and two Rolling Stones concert. Though the Red Sox had another strong season under second-year manager Terry Francona, the team couldn't make it past the Chicago White Sox in the ALDS.