Boston Red Sox president Sam Kennedy hopes that Fenway Park will host another MLB All-Star Game and he revealed the possibility has been discussed.
The stars always shine at Fenway Park with the Boston Red Sox annually fielding one of the more loaded rosters in baseball. What if we could see every position on the field filled by a star player? It could happen soon.
No, the Red Sox aren’t on the verge of a spending spree that buys them elite talent at every spot on the diamond. Bringing the stars to Fenway could happen in the form of hosting the MLB All-Star Game.
Red Sox president Sam Kennedy discussed the concept at the groundbreaking ceremony for the MGM Music Hall at Fenway on Friday, according to The Boston Globe.
“We would love to have an All-Star Game here,” Kennedy said. “In fact, I talked to some of the folks at MLB about the possibility. We need to work and figure out a time that would work for the convention centers. But we’ve told MLB that we would like to host.”
Fenway hasn’t hosted an All-Star Game since 1999 but the event was one of the most memorable in the history of the midsummer classic.
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