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10 Fascinating Facts About the Boston Red Sox

Counterpart Inc, a metal fabrication company based in South Dakota, was charged with making the new metal scoreboard from scratch. They also rebuilt the internal framework that holds up the scoreboard. It was meticulously created to look as close to the original as possible. During the All-Star Break in 2001, the Red Sox quietly took out the original and put in the copy.  It's believed that the old scoreboard with its thousands of signatures from players and staff is secured at a warehouse somewhere. But where exactly is it?

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