Citizen Sting

Over 3000 new citizens sworn in at the first naturalization ceremony ever held at Fenway Park in front of the Red Sox dugout.
(David L. Ryan / Globe Staff)

Over 3,000 Immigrants Fooled Into Believing
They Would Become US Citizens Today
But Fenway Attendees Merely Signed Up for
2009 Memberships to Red Sox Nation

Fenway Park Hosts US Citizenship Ceremony
But Sox Ruse Dupes Thousands of Hopeful New Citizens
The Gig Was Up When Meg Vaillancourt Tried to Collect the
$15 Red Sox Nation Membership Fee After Ceremony

"We are honored to welcome you to Fenway, the United States of America, and to Red Sox Nation. From all of us, welcome home." -- 9.17.08, Meg Vaillancourt, senior vice president for corporate relations and executive director of the Red Sox Foundation

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