Section 42, Row 37, Seat 21
One of baseball’s most vivid reminders of greatness is the single red seat among a sea of green ones in the right field stands of Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox.
On June 9, 1946, Boston’s Ted Williams blasted a home run to the upper part of the Fenway section now known as the Lower Bleachers.
The ball landed 502 feet from home plate and bounced off the straw hat of Joe Boucher, a construction engineer from Albany, New York.
In 1984, the historic chair was painted red to commemorate Williams’ shot.
The blast still stands as the longest home run in the history of the park, which opened April 20, 1912, and is the oldest actively used stadium in Major League Baseball. Like Seat 21 and Williams’ blast, Red Seat Strategy can help your business stand out and go far.