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One of the most enjoyable parts of my summer was going to a number of baseball games. I saw two games at Fenway Park, a game at Wrigley Field, and a game at Angel Stadium. I also enjoyed Baseball as America, a traveling exhibit from the Hall of Fame hosted by the Museum of Science. One of the most striking things I noticed was how much smaller and livelier Fenway and Wrigley felt. I think this was mostly because they weren’t surrounded by a massive parking lot.
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