Boston Red Sox plan further Fenway Park improvements

More improvements to Fenway Park could be on the way. The Boston Globe reports that the team wrote a letter to the city of Boston on Tuesday with plans for improved concessions, restrooms and other amenities near the bleacher section of the stadium.

Included in the plans are a potential new space that could host group events and private gatherings. This area would have direct views of the playing field at Fenway Park.

Also proposed is a 5,000-seat performing arts center that would adjoin Fenway Park.

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