One Day at Fenway: Time-lapse video of 2013 World Series Game 6

Nov 2, 2013; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Red Sox executives (left to right) Larry Lucchino , John Henry and Tom Werner hold World Series trophies inside of Fenway Park prior to the World Series parade and celebration. Mandatory Credit: Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

I’ve seen a lot of cool videos created by fans and media companies in regards to the 2013 World Series, though the good folks at DGA Productions may have taken the cake with their ‘One Day at Fenway’ production.

The three minute ‘film’ features a ton of timelapses and slow motion photography which makes for an impressive recollection of the events that transpired in the hours prior to the Red Sox’s third World Series Championship in the past ten years.

The video starts out with a camera slowly moving its way in towards the field of play as members of the Red Sox groundcrew prepare the field for the upcoming game. It moves to workers preparing other parts of the stadium, including washing down the seats before throngs of media members begin to trample the nicely minted field.

Camera work continues to show off what took place in and outside Fenway Park prior to the Red Sox’s victory, which includes the camera and his operator heading onto the field to take part in the celebration.

It’s really neat and worth the watch, Red Sox fan or not:

One Day at Fenway from DGA Productions on Vimeo.

Topics: 2013 World Series, Boston Red Sox

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