Scenes from Opening Day at Fenway
Pitchers Jon Lester, John Lackey and manager John Farrell watch batting practice as the Red Sox get ready to take on the Orioles.
Before the hustle and bustle of Opening Day at Fenway, the park's empty right field box seats bask in the afternoon sun.
In all its glory
The Red Sox couldn't have asked for a better day to play at Fenway Park for the first time in 2013, and this shot proves it.
No, that's not Johnny Boychuk. From left to right, Cooper Jacques and his brothers Hunter Jacques, Travis Jacques and their father Bill Jacques from Peabody watch as the Sox warm up.
The Red Sox are hoping to give the new bags at Fenway a serious breaking in when they square off against Orioles lefty Wei-Yin Chen.
From high above
A bird's eye view of Fenway as it prepares for the day's festivities.
Dust off your lids
Johnny Gomes and Jacoby Ellsbury's batting helmets and pads rest in the dugout before today's game.
Yawkey Way's alive
Fans enter Fenway Park through the Yawkey Way entrance for the Red Sox home opener against the Orioles.
"Get your programs here!"
It's not Opening Day until your eardrums have been assaulted by someone hawking something outside Fenway Park.
After a long winter, fans make their way back to Fenway for the first time this spring. Understandable that they might need a little help from an usher to find their seats.
Welcoming the boys
John Farrell, Jackie Bradley Jr. and Will Middlebrooks all got huge ovations when they were introduced to the Fenway crowd.