Homers at Fenway Became a Family Tradition

Photo Courtesy of the Boston Red Sox

Carl Yasztrzemski hit his first home run at Fenway on May 15th, 1961. 58 years later, his grandson, Mike Yastrzemski, visited grandpa’s former home and launched one of his own. This was another great moment in a season full of young players following in their fathers’ footsteps as they start their own chapters in the MLB history books.

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Written by jason
My first crystal clear memory of a baseball game is from when I was about 11 years old, visiting some family friends. The White Sox were playing, and Lance Johnson hit a laser to the wall for a triple that ended with a soaring headfirst slide. My amazement must have been obvious because the guy sitting next to me leaned over, and told me all about that guy on third. I was hooked
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