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Boston Red Sox to sell Fenway Park seats to fans

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There are some great souvenirs to be had at Boston's Fenway Park. You can snag a foul ball off a dugout, a home run ball smoked over the Green Monster or even a autograph from David Ortiz or Dustin Pedroia. 

Well now the Boston Red Sox are giving fans a chance to take home some seats from the famous ball park. Since 2002, the ball club have been implementing stadium improvements to the park which was built in 1912.

The 2011 improvements will include replacing the seats in the lower Right Field seating bowl. The old seats will be sold to fans through the MLB auction page. The page claims that "This is the final opportunity to bring a pair of historic seats from Fenway Park into your home."

The seats certainly come with their chunk of history: World Series games in 2004, 2007 and 2013 would have been witnessed from these seats including the 2010 NHL Winter Classic, 1999 All-Star game and even the occasional soccer game.

However, if you are thinking about buying a pair as a late Christmas gift for the Red Sox fan in your life be warned, they don't come cheap. The auction site reveals the price of $999.99 for two seats.

The units are red seats taken from right field box, loge box, field box and dugout box locations and are sold in pairs with a plywood base. Quantities are limited so order soon.

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