McGreevy’s 3rd Base Saloon

McGreevy’s 3rd Base Saloon

This is what happens when Red Sox fans take over a traditional Irish pub. In 1894, it was the place to be for both ballplayers (including Babe Ruth), politicians (like Mayor John Fitzgerald, JFK’s grandather)—along with gamblers and the die-hard fan club known as the “Royal Rooters.” Today it’s known as the birthplace of Red Sox Nation, America’s first sports bar, and home of the American-Celtic punk band, the Dropkick Murphys.

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