The anniversary of Gun-Hee’s death was yesterday. We did the tour of Fenway Park, but didn’t get to go on the field. So I sprinkled some of his ashes from the top of the Green Monster.
This is where I dropped his ashes. I learned from this tour that, after Fenway’s 100th birthday in 2012, no changes will be able to be made because it will become a historical landmark. They replaced the field and warning track before the 2005 season.
Gun-Hee’s ashes will be there for a really long time. So every time I watch a game, I can look at the Green Monster and remember Gun-Hee.