Boston Red Sox
Fenway Park, 1 Yawkey Way, Boston MA 02215 Google Maps
The Boston Red Sox have been playing in Fenway Park since 1912. Fenway Park is the oldest major league baseball park still in use, four years older than Wrigley Field in Chicago. Fenway Park is located northwest of downtown Boston near Kenworth Square.
Tickets are hard to come by for games at Fenway Park. Every Red Sox game since May 15, 2003 has been sold out.
Fenway Park is served by the MBTA Green "D" Line Subway. It is a three block walk from the nearest stop at Kenmore Square to Fenway Park. There is a MBTA commuter train station next to the park. Train schedules may not fit the times for games at Fenway Park.
Parking is extremely limited and expensive around Fenway Park.
Boston Red Sox Tickets
Great tickets (sometimes less than stadium prices) for home and away games are available from a registered ticket broker.
Boston Red Sox History
The Boston Red Sox beat the Colorado Rockies and won the World Series in 2007. The Red Sox also won the 2004 World Series by beating the St. Louis Cardinals avenging the defeat in the 1967 World Series. The win in 2004 broke a 86 year drought without winning the World Series. The Red Sox won four American League pennants in 1946, 1967, 1975 and 1986 in the 86 years between the World Series wins.
Carl "Yaz" Yastrzemski played for the Boston Red Sox from 1961 to 1983. The Red Sox were the only team he played for in his career. He replaced Ted Williams in left field. He retired with over 3,000 base hits and 400 home runs. The only American League player to do that feat. Yaz is in the baseball Hall of Fame.