Atlanta Braves Vs Boston Red Sox Tickets
The Atlanta Braves is an accomplished side that is scheduled to go head to head with the Boston Red Sox very soon. These two sides have faced each other just over sixty five times to date, with the Red Sox holding a slight advantage in the series. However this is the perfect opportunity for the Braves to bounce back and reclaim their place at the top as they look to rebuild after a comparatively disappointing season. If you want to catch all the action for yourself, as well, then here is your chance. Just book your Atlanta Braves vs. Boston Red Sox tickets and enjoy the series, live at the Turner Field.
When Big Papi announced he was going to retire at the end of the season, speculation immediately turned to potential replacements for the Red Sox icon. Numerous players have been linked to the Red Sox over the course of the season, but there are only a few names which seem like actual replacements for Ortiz.
The Toronto Blue Jays’ Edwin Encarnacion is one such name. Encarnacion has a wonderful record at Fenway Park; he has struck twelve home runs, driven in thirty seven runs and his average in forty four career games at the ballpark is 0.296. Encarnacion will be out of contract at the end of this season and the Red Sox would not mind having his firepower on their side.
Another player being linked to the Boston side is Jose Bautista, who also has a superb record at Fenway Park. The slugger has belted twenty two homeruns, driven in fifty one runs and has an average of .277 in sixty games at Fenway Park. With Ortiz retiring, Bautista could very well be the player to take the Red Sox forward. He is also out of contract at the end of the season.
The third possible player being linked to the Red Sox is Mark Teixeira, the Yankees’ first baseman. Despite the fact that his offensive stats have slipped, Teixeira still remains a supremely talented first baseman and Boston could very well have Hanley Ramirez and Teixeira shared DH and first base duties next season to account for Ortiz’s retirement.
The Atlanta Braves are the oldest continuously playing franchise in all four major professional sports leagues in the US and have been playing for over a hundred and forty years. Soon they will have to face off against the Boston Red Sox, one of the most popular baseball franchises in the world, and winners of the World Series only three years ago. This will be a series, you do not want to miss out on.
The call to attack
The Braves were created in 1871 as the Boston Red Stockings and made an excellent start to life in the baseball league. They posted winning season records for their first nine straight seasons and as a result have won almost every major title in baseball history. They have won seventeen division titles, seventeen NL Pennants and three World Series titles.
Make you way to the top
The Red Sox were formed in 1901 as the Americans and enjoyed a positive start in the MLB. They managed to win a World Series title within only three years of their formation and went on to add four more between 1912 and 1918. Since then they have won seven division titles, thirteen AL Pennants and eight World Series titles.
Now that these teams are going to face each other soon, here is the chance all their fans have been looking for. You can enjoy all the action absolutely live, if you just get your Atlanta Braves vs. Boston Red Sox tickets and head on down to Turner Field.
Braves Vs Red Sox
Though the Red Sox were founded years after the Atlanta Braves, they have taken over their opponents in World Series titles, head-to-head games and more. The two teams have played a total number of 66 games, out of which the Red Sox have won 35; the Braves have won 31. The disparity isn’t big enough to make Red Sox fans sit easy this 2017 MLB season and therefore they want their team to win a few more over the Braves. On the other hand, the Braves’ fans in Atlanta want their team to not just level the record, but also win a few over the Red Sox. All in all, the upcoming MLB season will be an exciting one for baseball fans in Atlanta and Boston.