Updated 04/10/2012 06:39 PM
Red Sox fans celebrate a century of Fenway Park
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COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. -- This may be New York, but Boston pride is on full display as the National Baseball Hall of Fame unveils an exhibit 100 years in the making.
Some die-hard Red Sox fans helped museum officials cut the red, white and blue ribbon on its latest exhibit: FENtennial: Fenway Park's First 100 Years.
Fans crowded around displays to get a glimpse at pieces of the famed park's past, including the bat Babe Ruth used during his final season with the Sox and Carl Schilling's infamous bloody sock from the 2004 American League Championship.
Those who traveled hundreds of miles to see the exhibit say it's simple what inspires fans' dedication to the team and their home field.
"Tradition, I personally think. I mean, they've had this park for 100 years while everyone's just tearing down their parks, getting new pools and stuff that you don't need. It's all about the tradition," said 11-year-old Jackson Gordon, a lifelong Red Sox fan from Medford, NJ.
FENtennial will be on display at the Hall of Fame for the next year.