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Commuter Rail / Red Sox games

As I have mentioned on here, Commuter Rail service to Fenway Park especially Yawkey Station did not work due to few trains, no late service, etc. They have finally changed this. With the opening of a new Yawkey Station (which I saw last year) behind Boston Beer Works, they will have 40 stops daily here and will hold trains for end of the game (not sure how late they will run). Its within the link below. The new Station was still being built last year but it will handle much more people and be a great link to the Commuter Rail.

http://www.boston.com/sports/baseball/redsox/extras/extra_bases/2014/04/refurbished_third_base_deck_new_menu_offerings_hig.html

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