Opening Day Details

 

301A0720.jpgApril 3, 2017 – Che-Chi prepares his grill outside Fenway Park on Red Sox Opening Day 2017 in anticipation of his 45th Boston Red Sox season serving up sausages to hungry fans. For their first game they played the Pittsburg Pirates, taking home their first win with a final score of 5-3. Photo by Sarah Silbiger

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April 3, 2017 – On the first day of his 15th season working at the iconic Best Sausage Co. outside Fenway Park Steve serves up some of the first Italian sausages of the year at the Boston Red Sox Opening Day. While some argue the Fenway Frank stands as the most popular meal at the stadium, Steve begs to disagree. Photo by Sarah Silbiger

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April 3, 2017 – Glacier Grey, 26, of Boston, a second year student at Berklee College of Music plays the drums outside Fenway Park as the Boston Red Sox take on the Pittsburg Pirates inside on Opening Day 2017. Grey’s passion for the drums goes beyond the music he believes it leads to “Courage, compassion, connection.” Nothing that “Every time I come out I learn something.” Photo by Sarah Silbiger

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April 3, 2017 – Melissa Cole, of Boston, chomps into her first hot dog of the season from a street vendor outside Fenway Park as the Boston Red Sox play the Pittsburg Pirates on Opening Day 2017. The Sox won the game 5-3. Photo by Sarah Silbiger

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April 3, 2017 – Tony DiCola, 47, of Pittsburg, gestures towards his friend Tim Johnston, 47, of Boston, as they watch the Pittsburg Pirates take on the Boston Red Sox on Opening Day 2017 at Tony C’s Sports Bar and Grill, just feet away from the action in Fenway Park. The Pirates ended up losing with a final score of 5-3. Photo by Sarah Silbiger

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