Boston Red Sox
The Boston Red Sox are one of the most venerable franchises in professional sports, established in 1901 as one of the eight charter franchises in the American League. The team has captured nine World Series titles, most recently in 2018. With a dedicated, famously die-hard fan base, Red Six tickets can be among the hardest to get in sports, evidenced by the team’s having set a record with an 820-game sellout streak – running from May 2003 to April 2013. Grab your Red Sox tickets from Ticket Club and save big.
Boston Red Sox
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What to Expect from the 2019 Red Sox Schedule
The 2019 Red Sox schedule will kick off with the Sox on the road against the Seattle Mariners on MLB Opening Day on March 28. They will start their home campaign on April 9 against Toronto and are set to host series with Tampa, Houston and Kansas City, among other teams. The 2019 Red Sox schedule promises plenty of exciting baseball action, but their most anticipated match-ups most certainly are their meetings with 2018 World Series opponent Los Angeles Dodgers and longtime rival New York Yankees.
The team plays its home games at Fenway Park, and has since April of 1912, making the “bandbox” stadium the oldest still in operation in Major League Baseball. With its famous “green monster” in left field and other famous landmarks like the Red Seat, Pesky’s Pole, and the odd “triangle” in center, Fenway is one of the most idiosyncratic parks in any sport. It is also one of the smallest in baseball, with a capacity of just over 37,493 – which doesn’t help those seeking Red Sox tickets due to the natural scarcity from ballpark size alone.
Red Sox History
Boston has captured nine World Series championships, the third-most of any team in Major League history. Despite that success, the franchise is perhaps best known for a famously long drought between its fifth championship in 1918 and its sixth, which took place in 2004. The span between, which saw the rival New York Yankees win 26 titles, was often referred to as a product of the “curse of the Bambino” – referring to the sale of star pitcher and budding slugger George Herman “Babe” Ruth to the Yankees prior to the 1919 season. Ruth went on to win four World Series titles in New York. The Red Sox did not appear in another World Series until 1946. They fell in seven games in all four World Series appearances they had during the “curse” era, falling just short in ’46, ’67, ’75 and ’86.
In 2004, the “curse” was finally lifted, as Boston rallied back from a 3-0 deficit to the Yankees in the American League Championship Series for a shocking 4-3 series victory to make it back to the Fall Classic. The team continued its hot streak with a sweep of the St. Louis Cardinals, ending its 86-year drought. Since that victory, the team has claimed two more World Series titles, in 2007 and 2013.
With its capture of the 2018 American League East championship following a franchise-record 108-win season, Boston has won its division in each of the past three seasons. In total, the Red Sox have won the AL East 10 times.
Boston Red Sox Retired Numbers
1 – Bobby Doerr – 2B, Coach
4 – Joe Cronin – SS, Manager
6 – Johnny Pesky – SS, 3B, Manager
8 – Carl Yastrzemski – LF, 1B, DH
9 – Ted Williams – LF
14 – Jim Rice – LF, DH, Coach
26 – Wade Boggs – 3B
27 – Carlton Fisk – C
34 – David Ortiz – DH, 1B
45 – Pedro Martinez – RHP
Boston Red Sox Players in the Baseball Hall of Fame
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|Capitals vs. Hurricanes - 12/27||4x Sec 423, Row Q||$360||$438||$78 (22%)|
|Aladdin - Detroit - 12/21||2x Balc 4, Row M||$200||$238||$38 (19%)|
|Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Houston - 12/21||3x Sec 115, Row 31||$311||$436||$125 (40%)|