Fenway’s Green behind the Green Monster

Blue skies peek from behind the clouds over Fenway Farms, much to the delight of the veggies growing below.
Rather than the usual fan favorites like Betts, Benintendi, and Devers, the Fenway Farm lineup boasts of the latest productive crops on site.
Green City Growers hard at work amid the summer produce.
Rows of green fill the rooftop of the third level of Fenway, a fresh oasis from the urban surroundings.
Fans watch the game with their backs to Fenway Farms. — An aerial view of Fenway Park during a game between the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees on August 3, 2018 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Billie Weiss/Boston Red Sox/Getty Images).

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Gordon Edes was an award-winning sportswriter for 35 years and spent nearly five years as the historian for the Boston Red Sox

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Gordon Edes

Gordon Edes

Gordon Edes was an award-winning sportswriter for 35 years and spent nearly five years as the historian for the Boston Red Sox

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