Boston Red Sox rookie Josh Winckowski didn't come away impressed with Wrigley Field following his start against the Chicago Cubs on Saturday afternoon.

"A little underwhelming," Winckowski said of Major League Baseball's second-oldest ballpark. "Fenway kind of has a presence to it. I really didn't get that here, to be honest. I said to my mom last night, this place is very stock standard, if you ask me. I didn't really feel anything, to be honest. It kind of just felt like another ballpark."

Winckowski, who allowed two runs over six innings, has only pitched in three MLB parks.