#ASHA18 will be here before you know it and what better way to prepare for it than to highlight some of the amazing spots to visit in Boston? We would like to share with you some of the places we have pointed out to our contest winner Rosella Madrigal from San Francisco University, so that you can too, check them out.
Rosella will be heading to #ASHA18 this year courtesy for Mediscan Staffing Services and our sister company, DirectEd Educational Services as the contest winner during the #ASHA17 Sweepstakes that took place in Los Angeles.
The Sox have quite a history at Fens...check it out when you're in the neighborhood!
Fenway Park is home to one of the oldest baseball teams in Major League Baseball, the Red Sox. Constructed in 1912 and listed as an official national Historic site, Fenway is a landmark with
significance — we’re talking an entire region of hard-core Sox fans. Considered a place of pilgrimage by many, even to experience in the off-season, Fenway gathers crowds of more than 200,000 visitors a year.
Designed by James E. McLaughlin, the park features a playing field measuring approximately 7.5 acres. Noted for its quirks and asymmetry — the Green Monster — Fenway Park offers an intimacy
between the fans and team that you won’t find in any other ball park.
The tradition of attending Red Sox games are passed down through multiple generations. Founded in 1901 as one of the American League’s eight charter franchises, The Red Sox have called Fenway home since 1912. They have won eight World Series championships and played in 12. While you will be visiting Boston in the off-season, we hope you get a chance to visit this historic landmark.
Stadium capacity: 37,731
First opened in: April 20, 1912
4 Yawkey Way
Boston, MA 02215