Spring Training Boston Red Sox Tickets
Baseball fans in Massachusetts will be happy to find Spring Training Boston Red Sox tickets here at the most amazing prices. With the Grapefruit League kicking off soon, all the teams are busy making preparations for it. The Red Sox are also hard at work as they attempt to put together the latest World Series-winning roster. They will be getting their Grapefruit League journey underway against the Northeastern Huskies at the JetBlue Park at Fenway South. Later on, The Olde Towne Team will be taking on the Tampa Bay Rays, Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies, Atlanta Braves, Houston Astros, Detroit Tigers, Toronto Blue Jays, Minnesota Twins, St. Louis Cardinals and the Pittsburgh Pirates. Grab your passes now!
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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.
Boston Red Sox: Beginning of a Great Tradition
The Boston Red Sox were established in 1901 as the Boston Americans. The team began play in the American League (AL) that year. For the first decade of the Red Sox’s existence, the Huntington Avenue Grounds served as their home ballpark. In 1912, the side from The Cradle of Liberty moved to the Fenway Park and have played their home games at the venue ever since.
The BoSox have given the baseball world many wonderful moments over the years and decades. These include the “mad dash” by right pitcher Enos Slaughter in 1946, the “Impossible Dream” of 1967 and the “home run” by catcher Carlton Fisk in 1975 among others.
Apart from being one of the top sides in terms of on-field performances, the Red Sox also consistently lead the MLB’s attendance charts for road games. Between May, 2003 and April, 2013, the team sold out 820 home games in a row. Out of these, 794 were regular season encounters. This is a professional sports record in the United States.
Achievements and Greatest Players
The Red Sox’s storied history is full of spectacular triumphs. Soon after being established in the early 20th century, they were quite dominant in the MLB. In 1903, the Red Sox won their maiden World Series crown. This was also the first championship showdown between the pennant winners of the American League (AL) and the National League (NL).
By 1918, The Sox had won the World Series 5 times. This was a record at the time which has since been eclipsed by the New York Yankees. In total, they have won the World Series on 9 occasions. Other accolades include 14 AL Pennants and 10 AL East Division titles. On 7 occasions, the Red Sox have earned a wild card berth to enter the playoffs.
In every era, the team has had some great players representing them. These include people like Babe Ruth, Pedro Martinez, Harry Hooper, Wade Boggs, Ted Williams, Jim Rice, Carlton Fisk, Jimmy Collins, Joe Cronin and Rick Ferrell among others. The current crop, many of whom were part of the Red Sox’s 2018 World Series triumph, will also be looking to cement their legacies in the upcoming season by winning more silverware.
The upcoming Spring Training is the perfect opportunity to prepare for the latest shot at glory. You can expect most of the players on the Red Sox roster to be in action when the Grapefruit League gets underway in late February. To watch them showcase their skills on the field, get your Spring Training Boston Red Sox tickets today.
Spring Training Boston Red Sox Ticket Prices
The average price for Spring Training Boston Red Sox Tickets start from $30. The minimum get in price is $3 for Spring Training Boston Red Sox Tickets at the JetBlue Park At Fenway South, Fort Myers. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Spring Training: Boston Red Sox vs. Tampa Bay Rays||Fort Myers||13-Mar-20||$51||$51|
|Spring Training: Boston Red Sox vs. Pittsburgh Pirates (Split Squad)||Fort Myers||16-Mar-20||$36||$9|
|Spring Training: Boston Red Sox vs. Atlanta Braves (Split Squad)||Fort Myers||17-Mar-20||$40||$8|
|Spring Training: Boston Red Sox vs. Tampa Bay Rays (Split Squad)||Fort Myers||19-Mar-20||$34||$4|
|Spring Training: Boston Red Sox vs. Baltimore Orioles (Split Squad)||Fort Myers||21-Mar-20||$30||$3|
|Spring Training: Boston Red Sox vs. Minnesota Twins||Fort Myers||22-Mar-20||$41||$5|
|Spring Training: Boston Red Sox vs. Atlanta Braves||Fort Myers||24-Mar-20||$43||$10|
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