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Published by on May 13, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

During the 86-year-old "Curse of the Bambino," Fenway Park was populated by die hard Red Sox fans who cared only about the product on the field. These fans did not need anything more than a Red Sox win to be entertained.

It was an era when most of the fans were men, men who drank beer, men who cursed, men who worked hard and wanted nothing more than a World Series.

That all changed in 1998. The Red Sox had Nomar Garciaparra and Pedro Martinez. They advanced to the ALCS. Two years later they added Manny Ramirez. Once they added David Ortiz and Curt Schilling, they became a championship contender.

Fenway Park became the place to be during the sweltering summers in Boston. 

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