Upcoming Events

Wiffle Ball tournament to Benefit the Strike3 Foundation
Oct 10th, 2015

Golden Stick Wiffle League

A Backyard Game Taken Way Too Far

Volunteer Opportunities

Here at little fenway, we're always looking to improve the field for play and charity fundraising. If you, or anyone you know, is interested in donating time or resources to the field please feel free to contact us. Below is a list of improvements that are on top of the list.

  • Help on drainage improvements:
    • New farm road to Little Wrigley
    • French drain at Little Fenway
    • Improved drainage around Little Wrigley
    • Maintenance/repairs in grass parking lots
  • Improved wheelchair access to Little Wrigley
  • Building 600 club behind Little Fenway
  • Charity tournament help (May 31 - June 5, Aug 3-7)
  • Minor improvements to support behind Green Monster
  • Repairs to retired numbers
  • New infield dirt on both fields

Frequently Asked Questions

We are always getting questions about Little Fenway - How far is it to center field? How tall is the monster? When did you build this thing? Well here are some quick facts to answer a few of those questions and so you can quiz your friends

  • Built in 2000-2001
  • Opening Day: July 4, 2001
  • Capacity: 1,000
  • Parcel size: 1.0 acres out of 11.0 acre lot
  • Scale: 23% of Fenway Park from home plate to fences
  • Height of walls: 12.5 ft, 8.5 ft, 4.5 ft (left to right)
  • Height of net: 5.0 ft
  • Baselines: 41.5 ft
  • Mound: 10 inches high
  • Pitcher's distance: 30.5 ft
  • Center field bleacher capacity: 10
  • Materials: pressure treated wood, 150 bags of concrete, Fenway Green paint,vinyl numbers,metal pipes for foul poles.
  • Orientation: same as Fenway Park
  • Distance from Fenway: 210 miles

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