Lifelong Red Sox fan and Harvard Law School grad Bill Hogan Jr. ’36 celebrated his 100th birthday by throwing out the ceremonial first pitch for the Red Sox-Rays game at Fenway Park on April 14. Hogan, born just six days before the Red Sox played their first game in Fenway, was part of the centennial celebration leading up to Fenway Park’s 100th anniversary on April 20. Also part of the celebration on April 14 were HLS staff members Ben Sears, Brad Conner and Joei Marshall Perry. Sears and Conner, who have been performing as a cabaret duo for more than 20 years, performed the national anthem. Joining the duo were Perry and the cast of “Fabulous Fenway,” a concert celebrating Fenway Park in story and song.