I was recently contacted by a baseball fan named Kurt Smith, who has written an e-guide to Fenway Park.
Officially called "Ballpark E-Guides: Fenway Park," Kurt has written a terrific guide to America's Most Beloved Ballpark, and he's really done his homework as well. It is well-researched, and especially helpful if you are a Red Sox fan and have never been to Fenway Park. He covers just about every cost imaginable to going to a game, from all ticket prices (and where to get those tickets), how to get there, finding a place to stay, parking, the best seats in Fenway, etc. He also provides a section called "Tightwad Tips," some unique ways to save a little cash as well.
Kurt writes his guide with lots of good humor, too, and definitely from a common man's perspective.
Kurt also has a section about the establishments around Fenway, and even goes into great detail about the food of Fenway.
Kurt has written many E-Guides for other parks, like Yankee Stadium and Citi Field. I definitely recommend "Fenway Park" to you, especially if you have never been to Fenway and are planning to go to a game in 2011. It is 25 pages long and goes for just $5. It can be an invaluable resource for your trip to the great Fens, whether it's your 20th time or your initial visit there.
Here is the link to the E-Guides web site, and to Fenway in particular.