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Fenway Park main entrance on Yawkey Way.

Yawkey Way is a short street in the city of Boston, Massachusetts, United States. It runs for two blocks from Brookline Avenue in the north to Boylston Street in the south, where it changes to Jersey Street.

4 Yawkey Way is famous as the address of Fenway Park, the home field of the Boston Red Sox baseball team, and is closely identified with the park and the team. The north half of the street runs along the west side of the park, and is closed to traffic on game days and lined with concession and souvenir vendors. The street is named after Tom Yawkey, owner of the Red Sox from 1933–1976.

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