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Tony C'eats

Red Sox president Larry Lucchino and Mayor Thomas Menino toured Conigliaro's Corner, new affordable roof top seats at Fenway Park, Wednesday, April 4, 2007.

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Wendy Maeda)

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Improvements at Fenway Park this year include the new bleachers section, “Conigliaro’s Corner,” which will provide 200 seats in bleachers atop the right field corner. The tickets will be priced at $25, same as Conigliaro's uniform number. “Since 2002, we have heard sentiment to honor this fondly-remembered native who inspired so many children in our area to believe they too could become major league players,” Lucchino said. “This tribute is not necessarily the ultimate gesture, but it is one that befits the park by its right field location and by the anniversary of the Impossible Dream season.”

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