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Morse Code on the Green Monster

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Anyone ever notice this?

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The next time you watch a baseball game being played at Fenway Park in Boston, look carefully at the white lines in the scoreboard on the left-field wall. You’ll spot some dots and dashes hiding in plain sight in two of the vertical stripes. They spell out “TAY” and “JRY,” for Thomas A Yawkey and his wife, Jean R Yawkey; the Yawkeys were co-owners of the Red Sox for many years. - See more at: http://theawesomeboston.com/fun-fac...de-on-the-green-monster/#sthash.QOsnk7FZ.dpuf
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ya i took a tour there a few years back and they pointed that out.... that wall is actuly as high as it is because the original owners didn't like that the buildings on lansdown st at the time would sit on their roofs for free and watch so he put u the monsta lol
 
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Boston frowned on the freebie seats and built the Monster

Chicago revels in it and created it's own industry about peeking into the park from across the street...

Wrigley > Fenway IMO - far less billboards/ads/etc.
 
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