Hotel’s Luxury Baseball Suite is hardball heaven for any fan of the game

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Where else in the world can you sleep in the same bed that Carlton Fisk, Johnny Pesky, Nomar Garciaparra, Fred Lynn, Jason Varitek, Tim Wakefield, Joe Perry of Aerosmith, Tyler Florence of the Food Network, and Bill “Spaceman” Lee slept in?

Only in the Luxury Baseball Suite at the Hotel Commonwealth in Kenmore Square, just a Big Papi blast away from Fenway Park. It features rare collectibles of baseball greats such as Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Jackie Robinson, and Ted Williams set amidst a classy 1930s and ’40s baseball decor.

The suite is a mini-Cooperstown, and even has a baseball-themed price: $755 a night, representing the number of home runs hit by Hank Aaron.

“It’s really, really cool,” said Wakefield, one of many former players who have stayed there.

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