It's big, it's green and it's packed full of a century of memories.
Fenway Park is marking its 100th birthday Friday, and the Boston Red Sox will celerate 100 years of history there with a large-scale pre-game ceremony Friday night before they play the New York Yankees.
The match-up is quite fitting. On April 20, 1912, the Red Sox played New York (then called the New York Highlanders) and launched a century of baseball fever. The Red Sox and Yankees will be dressed in 1912 uniforms Friday.
You may not be able to be at that game, but that's no reason not to celebrate and reflect on Fenway Park's milestone. So we want to know what your favorite Fenway Park memories are. The first time you went there for a game? The first hot dog you ate there? Were you there for a famous (or infamous) game? Does Fenway have a special place in your family's memories? Let us know in the comments.
Also, if you have any photos from Fenway Park, upload them to this post!