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Ballparks: 1901 - Present

Huntington Avenue Grounds

Years: 1901-1911

Capacity: 11,500

The Huntington Avenue Grounds played host to the first AL-NL World Series in 1903. It had the deepest center field in the big leagues (635 feet), a pitcher's haven which aided Cy Young to threw the first modern perfect game there on May 5, 1904. The site of the park is now occupied by Northeastern University and in 1993, a statue of Cy Young was placed where the pitchers mound and home plate used to be located.

Fenway Park