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RED SOX PREPARING PLANS FOR FENWAY'S NEXT DOOR FOLLOW-UP
Published April 15, 1998
The Red Sox "are close to revealing plans for a new Fenway Park that will combine elements of the old stadium in a more spacious modern facility," according to Anthony Flint of the BOSTON GLOBE. Sources "close to the team" said that they expect the announcement to be made "soon" and that the new park will be built "next to the old one." Portions of the old park "would have to be demolished," but the plans "envision part of the old Fenway Park being turned into a baseball museum and park" (BOSTON GLOBE, 4/15).