From Comcast SportsNetBOSTON (AP) -- The Red Sox may be struggling, but the team's beloved Fenway Park continues to win over fans as it celebrates its 100th birthday.Loyal citizens of Red Sox nation returned to Fenway Friday to celebrate opening day and the start of the park's 101st season.Sal D'Amico brought his six-year-old son Sal Jr. to his first Sox game, continuing a tradition that started when D'Amico's father brought him to Fenway as a boy.The Massachusetts man says the home of the Green Monster is a "magical" place to him. He says win or lose, opening day will be a memory to treasure.The Red Sox may be looking for a little magic too as they try to overcome a tough 1-5 start to the season.
The hardware keeps pouring in for the Cubs.
After snapping their 108-year championship drought with a World Series win last fall, the Cubs earned another title Wednesday, honored with the Best Team Award at the Sports Business Journal Awards.
Tom Ricketts takes the stage to accept Team of the Year award to "Go Cubs Go." #sbjawards— Eric Fisher (@EricFisherSBJ) May 25, 2017
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Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts also got to celebrate an individual win Wednesday, named the Sports Executive of the Year.
Tom Ricketts wins again - Sports Executive of the Year. Huge night for the Cubs and MLB broadly. #SBJAwards— Eric Fisher (@EricFisherSBJ) May 25, 2017
The Cubs weren't the only Chicago team to go home with some hardware, though. The Bulls were honored as the Best in Social Media.
A cool night for two of Chicago's pro teams.