Boston Red Sox Tickets

The Boston Red Sox are all in for the 2017 season, putting everything on the line for another shot at the World Series. They have a young and very talented roster, along with a president in Dave Dombrowski who is willing to make the moves necessary to get there. The decision to trade away the top two prospects in their farm system, Yoan Moncada and Michael Kopech, for former White Sox ace Chris Sale, has placed a few year window on this club to potentially bring another championship to the Boston area.

To say that the Red Sox pitching rotation is stacked is an understatement, as they have two Cy Young winners on the roster- David Price and Rick Porcello, along with Sale, who certainly has the potential to win it in the near future. Lefty Eduardo Rodriguez should secure the fourth spot with the fifth going to either Drew Pomeranz who was acquired at the trade deadline, or Steven Wright. In the bullpen, Boston appears to have former Brewer Tyler Thornburg as their eighth inning guy, with Joe Kelly also an option, who’ll set up closer Craig Kimbrel, along with lefty Fernando Abad and whomever loses out in the rotation for that fifth spot. The Red Sox have one of the strongest tandems up the middle in baseball, with former league MVP Dustin Pedroia at second base and young stud Xander Bogaerts at shortstop. These two could start the batting order together or perhaps they could use Bogaerts farther down to lengthen and balance out the lineup. Mitch Moreland and Hanley Ramirez will most likely share time at third, with Ramirez at the plate as DH this season. Across the infield, Boston is hoping Pablo Sandoval will return to form, and a great start is the fact that he showed a commitment to losing weight over this offseason. The Red Sox outfield is certainly one of their strengths, with right fielder Mookie Betts, who won a Gold Glove and finished second in MVP voting last season, along with Jackie Bradley Jr., at center who was an All-Star starter and racked up 26 homers in 2016. Andrew Benintendi has solid range and talent, and will serve this Red Sox outfield well this season. Behind the plate is still somewhat of a question mark for this squad, which will hopefully work itself out before the regular season begins.

It’s boom or bust for the 2017 Red Sox, who should end the season in first place coming out of the AL East. There is however, a large amount of pressure placed on this roster and how they respond to it will be very telling. Be sure to snag all your Boston Red Sox tickets early, as you won’t want to miss this team fighting for the potential of a fourth World Series championship since 2004. 

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Fenway Park

The Boston Red Sox are one of baseball’s most storied franchises. Among the oldest Major League Baseball teams, whether hated or beloved, the Red Sox are recognized as one of the most important franchises in the history of the game. With a team established in 1901 and earning eight World Series titles, the team is both one of the most successful and historic of franchises. Their home, Fenway Park, is one of the most recognizable parks in all of baseball. A shrine of baseball, the iconic Fenway Park even transcends the storied franchise it houses. Built in 1912, and renovated multiple times since, Fenway Park has many oddities about it which make it stand out from the rest of the homes of baseball.

Where some teams have decided to upgrade their parks to have all of the amenities modern technology affords, Boston upholds the history and tradition of the sport alive by blending cutting-edge technology with the nostalgia of older elements of the park. Fenway Park still updates their scoreboard by hand. In Fenway’s Grandstand section, the park still uses wooden seats, inviting fans of the game and the team to experience the game as those who watched the team seventy years ago did. Fenway Park is one of seven MLB stadiums which cannot accommodate 40,000 visitors, the small park reinforces the intimate nostalgia which baseball is known for.

What really makes Fenway Park so impressive is how unique the Park is. Most famous of all of Fenway’s attributes is the Green Monster, so named because of its massive thirty-seven foot height. Even the most casual of baseball fans can see the wall and recognize it as Fenway’s Green Monster. The Green Monster breaks up the balance of most outfields due to the wall’s size difference, but the shape of the field is also asymmetrical. In the center field, the walls form a triangular shape in right-center field making Fenway’s outfield unique from that of any other park. Because of the asymmetrical shapes found in Fenway, and unique sight features, no two seats in Fenway give the same experience. Whether sitting thirty-seven feet high atop the Green Monster, or at Pesky’s Pole in right field closer to home plate than any other outfield in baseball, every sightline is different and affords a new experience every time. With its unique sightlines and nod to the history and tradition of the game in every inch of the Park, Fenway offers a feast for every one of the baseball fan’s senses.

Boston Red Sox History

Iconic is one of the best words to describe the Boston Red Sox franchise.  From the English script "B" on their caps, to the ballpark they call home to the names of those whose names are synonymous with the team Red Sox.  The term iconic even embodies the ultimate rivalry in baseball, the Red Sox vs. Yankees.  This rivalry is rooted in one of baseball's most intriguing trades, Babe Ruth to the Yankees for $100,000.  Ruth was a part of the 1915, 1916, and 1918 World Series before the 1919 trade.  The trading of Ruth was the genesis of the "Ruth Curse" credited with the 85 year drought between Championships.

While the Red Sox went decades without a World Series Championship, they still had an impact on baseball and witnessed several Hall of Fame players make their mark while donning the "B".  Ted Williams, "The Splendid Splinter", is often called the purist hitter of all-time, the last player to hit over .400 and still be a long-ball threat.  HOF and Triple Crown (lead the league in batting average, homeruns, and RBI) winner, Carl Yastrzemski.  Roger Clemens, Jim Rice, Wade Boggs, Cy Young, Jimmie Foxx, Pedro Martinez, and David Ortiz have left their mark on baseball while apart of the Boston Red Sox.  There are many other greats who have played for the Red Sox, but it is easy to see Red Sox mentioned as part of the greatest players of every decade.

While the players are ultimately the defining aspect to a team's greatness, it can be argued the Boston Red Sox are equally defined by the ballpark they call home.  Fenway is a compilation of the Green Monster, the leftfield scoreboard, the rooftops covering the infield seating, to asymmetrical homerun walls to its dedicated Red Sox fans.  The Red Sox fans have bragging rights to eight World Series Championships, 32 Hall of Fame players who wore the Red Sox uniform, and one of the best stadiums ever constructed.  

The Boston Red Sox are one of baseball’s most storied franchises. Among the oldest Major League Baseball teams, whether hated or beloved, the Red Sox are recognized as one of the most important franchises in the history of the game. With a team established in 1901 and earning eight World Series titles, the team is both one of the most successful and historic of franchises. Their home, Fenway Park, is one of the most recognizable parks in all of baseball. A shrine of baseball, the iconic Fenway Park even transcends the storied franchise it houses. Built in 1912, and renovated multiple times since, Fenway Park has many oddities about it which make it stand out from the rest of the homes of baseball.

Where some teams have decided to upgrade their parks to have all of the amenities modern technology affords, Boston upholds the history and tradition of the sport alive by blending cutting-edge technology with the nostalgia of older elements of the park. Fenway Park still updates their scoreboard by hand. In Fenway’s Grandstand section, the park still uses wooden seats, inviting fans of the game and the team to experience the game as those who watched the team seventy years ago did. Fenway Park is one of seven MLB stadiums which cannot accommodate 40,000 visitors, the small park reinforces the intimate nostalgia which baseball is known for.

What really makes Fenway Park so impressive is how unique the Park is. Most famous of all of Fenway’s attributes is the Green Monster, so named because of its massive thirty-seven foot height. Even the most casual of baseball fans can see the wall and recognize it as Fenway’s Green Monster. The Green Monster breaks up the balance of most outfields due to the wall’s size difference, but the shape of the field is also asymmetrical. In the center field, the walls form a triangular shape in right-center field making Fenway’s outfield unique from that of any other park. Because of the asymmetrical shapes found in Fenway, and unique sight features, no two seats in Fenway give the same experience. Whether sitting thirty-seven feet high atop the Green Monster, or at Pesky’s Pole in right field closer to home plate than any other outfield in baseball, every sightline is different and affords a new experience every time. With its unique sightlines and nod to the history and tradition of the game in every inch of the Park, Fenway offers a feast for every one of the baseball fan’s senses.