There’s a lot going on at Fenway Park these days.
The youthful Red Sox are in the thick of a pennant chase. Billy Joel recently piano-manned center field for a bravura performance. An Irish hurling exhibition and college football series are also on the horizon.
But it’s Fenway’s past — seen through the prism of a present societal furor — that’s on the mind of Sox owner John Henry, Worcester’s favorite newspaper baron.
And from where Hitch is sitting, the multi-millionaire with the two-cent personality should probably stick to the boardroom.