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Red Sox Nation is awakening from a long hibernation with our home opener on April 8th against the Detroit Tigers. We all have high expectations for the returning champs, but even with two World Series wins under our belts we will always worry about our local boys.
Some of the big news this year includes:
• The release of the famous knuckle-ball catcher, Doug Mirabelli.
• The acquisition of the former Cy Young winner Bartolo Colon.
• The questionable condition of our star pitcher Curt Schilling.
All this will add up to be another nail biter season for Red Sox fans everywhere.
So if you’re thinking about making a trip to Fenway to catch a game, you may have to dig a little deeper in your pocket for tickets. The only possible way to get tickets now is through third party resellers like Ace Ticket. However, plan to pay a premium, especially for the more desired games.
Even if you can’t score tickets, you can still take a Fenway Park Tour. Learn why they call it the Pesky Pole, check out the view from the Monster seats and always grab a Fenway frank as you’re heading out.
If scoring tickets to a Yankee game is a bit out of your reach, Boston offers some of the greatest Sports bars around to enjoy the game. The famous Cask’n Flagon and Game On are located right next to Fenway Park to give you all the excitement of a game, but without the high ticket price. And if you’d like to enjoy the game from a distance, the wonderful Sport Deport in Allston can surely fit anyone’s spectator needs.
I have spent many nights at these places and have always been pleased with each of their offerings. However, the Sport Depot has the advantage of onsite parking at no cost. Go Sox!