Discount Red Sox Tickets

It’s the second week of April, the snow is gone for good (hopefully) and that means that baseball season will be going on for the six months or so for most teams and for a little bit longer for the skilled squads that end up in the playoffs. One of the preseason favorites to end up in the postseason is last year’s defending World Championship team – the Boston Red Sox. The Sox may have not started out so hot this season (they were 4-5 as of April 10), but all of the teams in their ultra-competitive division, the AL East, have started off in relatively the same fashion and it figures to be … [Read more...]

Fave Fenway Restaurants from the Locals

Kenmore Square's infamous Citgo sign (near Fenway Park) Photo uploaded by Paul Keleher Besides getting tickets to the big game, the next important thing is figuring out where to eat. So have you thought about where or what you’re planning to eat at the park? Sure, there is always the typical hot dogs, pretzels and beer, but a nice meal can surely make or break any trip. So right after you take the Fenway Park Tour and just before the big game, don’t think that the hot dog stand is the only place to eat. The good news is that Fenway Park is offering a variety of new selections to their park … [Read more...]

Awakening of Red Sox Nation

Fenway Park photo uploaded by toddwickersty 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 … [Read more...]

Massachusetts March Madness

Boston Celtics photo uploaded by compujeramey Do you feel the madness?? March is a crazy time for Bay Staters. Even though we are officially in the Spring Season, the 29 degree temperature isn’t quite the spring you may be thinking of, but the madness doesn’t end there. It is basketball season and the NCAA tournament is in full swing. Even though Massachusetts doesn’t have a representative in the big dance this year, we surely have enough madness to last us through March. If you are planning a sports trip to the Bay State, don’t forget to make a pit stop at the New England Sports Museum. Bo … [Read more...]