From 1993-96, this stadium had the coolest official name of any stadium in history, which coincided with its temporary hockey tenant. In 2008, this stadium saw the first use of instant replay in an MLB game, and sixteen days later saw the first play overturned by instant replay. The team makes a charitable donation every time a home run is hit into a pool of water in right center field, a pool that is home to a small collection of certain chondrichthyans. The Ted Williams museum is located in this ballpark. Opened in 1990, give the current name of this ballpark, home to a team that has made one more World Series appearance than the Cubs since 1950, the only domed stadium in the Majors with a roof that does not open.