Sox get warning from Boston licensing board

BREAKING NEWS:
Boston Licensing Board Issues Sox Warning on Fenway Alcohol Violations

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5.10.05: Boston Police Captain Charles Cellucci (right) speaks before the Boston Licensing Board at Boston City Hall, as Larry Cancro, Senior V.P. of Fenway Park Affairs, looks on. The board issued the Red Sox a warning.

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