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04/28/2011 11:08 AM ET
Fenway Park 100th Anniversary Brick Program sale begins today
Commemorative bricks part of 2012 celebration of America's Most Beloved Ballpark
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The Boston Red Sox today announced the start of the sale of commemorative bricks that will be placed inside Fenway Park as part of the 100th Anniversary celebration in 2012.

The Fenway Park 100th Anniversary Brick Program is a special opportunity for fans to literally put their mark on the historic ballpark. Fans will have the chance to have a brick with a personalized message placed in the Fenway Park concourse area inside Gate B and Gate C.

Bricks are available in two sizes - 4"x8" and 8"x8" - and each purchase will also include a complimentary replica brick and display case. The bricks are being sold for $250 and $475, respectively, plus applicable taxes and fees. More information is available online at and by phone at 1-855-RSBRICK.

Last week, on April 20, 2011, the Red Sox provided fans with a preview of preparations for the celebration of Fenway Park's 100th Anniversary in 2012, including an introduction of the commemorative brick program. The announcement was made 99 years to the date of the first Major League baseball game played at Fenway Park, on April 20, 1912.

The Red Sox are partnering with Fund Raisers, Ltd. to engrave the bricks and assist the team with providing customer service for the program. Located in Boise, Idaho, Fund Raisers is the leader in brick engraving and fan recognition programs throughout the world.

2012 will mark the 100th anniversary of America's Most Beloved Ballpark, the oldest operating Major League facility in the United States. The celebration will highlight Red Sox history over the past hundred years and will also commemorate the wide range of other sports, music, civic, philanthropic, and community events that Fenway Park has hosted during its first century. For more information on the Fenway Park 100th Anniversary celebration is available at

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