This is Not Babe Ruth’s Piano.

This is Not Babe Ruth’s Piano.

M. Steinert & Sons Helps Fenway Park Celebrate 100 Years in Grand Style

Legend has it that Hall of Fame slugger Babe Ruth, frustrated after a tough day at Fenway Park, tossed a piano into a lake in suburban Boston. That piano has never been found. But Fenway Park will be filled with the sound of piano music during its 100th Anniversary Celebration, thanks to M. Steinert & Sons, the nation’s oldest music store.

M. Steinert & Sons has placed a Steinway-built Boston Grand Piano in Fenway Park’s “Royal Rooters Club” for the duration of the anniversary year. Red Sox fans can enjoy renditions of their favorite songs both old and new. The ebony black Boston GP163 grand piano also features an innovative PianoDisc system that plays the piano remotely.

“Music has always been an important part of the experience at the ballpark,” said Paul Murphy, Jr., president of M. Steinert & Sons. “We’re happy to be able to provide a wonderful instrument to help the Red Sox and our fellow fans to celebrate such an important Fenway Park milestone.”

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