Arts and Ideas; Fenway Fans
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- Arts and Ideas
- Fenway Fans
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Radio series. Series release date: 1990
- Program Description
WGBH's Margot Stage visits Fenway Park for Opening Day 1992. Interviews fans about what Fenway means to them; talks with Elizabeth Dooley, longest continuous season ticketholder; Baseball historian Glenn Stout; Sportswriter Mabrey "Doc" Kountze; announcer Ken Coleman; groundskeeper Joe Mooney; Jack Hamilton, who as a 14 year old boy ran the Fenway scoreboard.
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