The home baseball stadium for the Boston Red Sox that is awkward for the following reasons: it features diminutive six-foot high dugouts, the only manual auxilary scoreboard in professional sports, a foul pole that resides in the middle of right field (nicknamed Pesky Pole in the 1950's), a giant green wall that resides in the middle of left field (nicknamed The Green Monster in 1947), stadium seats hanging over a Boston street (Lansdowne Street), and a bullpen in center field that is accessible to outfielders during play because of its short wall.
If ballparks were golf courses, Fenway Park would be a miniature golf course.
Red Sox fans love Fenway Park because it's almost as awkward as them . . . almost.