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Red Sox Tickets 2010 On Sale Now!

Looking to fill that holiday stocking? How about some Red Sox tickets for the 2010 Red Sox season? Sounds good to me, too. Yes, baseball’s regular season is more than four months away, but single-game tickets for select home games are available now. See the Boston Red Sox Web site for details. Good luck!

Red Sox Lose ALDS, is it Fenway’s Fault?

Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia is blaming the Sox being on the wrong end of an ALDS sweep on the Fenway Park infield, calling it the worst in the game. Stop it. You might as well say the umpires were on the Angels’ payroll. Not a bad idea, actually. The fact of the matter […]

BC-BU to Headline Hockey Doubleheader at Fenway

Commonwealth Avenue rivals Boston College and Boston University will play a game at Fenway Park on January 8 this coming season. The Eagles and Terriers get the back end of the doubleheader, with their game starting at 7:30 PM. They will follow the 4 PM game between Northeastern and New Hampshire’s women’s teams, annually two of […]

Fenway to Stay Frozen for College Hockey

Fenway Park is set to have a very busy and very chilly off-season. The MLB’s oldest active stadium will play host not only to the NHL’s Winter Classic between the Boston Bruins and Philladelphia Flyers on New Year’s Day, but also to a college hockey double-header one week later, on January 8. Hockey East officials […]

Winter Classic is Coming to Fenway

Fenway Park has hosted some amazing events and now it appears that it has gotten even cooler. Fenway has been chosen to be the host of next season‘s NHL Winter Classic, an outdoor hockey game which has become an annual tradition. Following Ralph Wilson Stadium, in Buffalo, and Wrigley Field, in Chicago, Boston is the next stop […]

Penny Wins 100th in Fenway’s 500th Straight Sellout

Brad Penny won his 100th game as a major leaguer, tossing five innings and allowing just one unearned run in Boston’s 6-1 victory over the Marlins. He gave up three hits and four walks, and lowered his ERA to under 5.00 (now 4.94) for the first time since his first Red Sox start (when he had a 4.50 ERA). Penny’s milestone came […]

Yankees Fan Plants Grass Seed in Fenway Park

A Yankees fan seeking revenge for the burial of David Ortiz’s jersey under the new Yankee Stadium may have planted his own “curse.” Ian Ferris, 30, brought a commemorative sack of grass seed from Yankee Stadium to the Phish concert last week at Fenway Park. “I’m a lifelong Yankee fan and someone buried an Ortiz jersey […]

Jacobs Expects Winter Classic at Fenway Park

Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs expects the NHL’s third annual Winter Classic, played outdoors on Jan. 1, to be held at Fenway Park. Jacobs believes an official announcement from the league could come in July. Sports of Boston reported back in April that the Bruins’ likely opponent would be the arch-rival Montreal Canadiens.

Fenway Park to Host NHL’s Winter Classic

Boston’s Fenway Park, home of the Red Sox, will likely hold next season’s third annual NHL Winter Classic on Jan. 1, 2010. A source close to negotiations between the Red Sox and the NHL confirmed the news on Thursday. The Bruins will likely host the rival Montreal Canadiens in the game. Reaction: I am psyched […]

Seal to Sing National Anthem on Opening Day

Grammy Award winner Seal will sing the national anthem at the Boston Red Sox season opener. The Red Sox take on the AL champion Tampa Bay Rays on Monday at Fenway Park. According to the AP, Seal is in town that day as part of his North American tour in support of his latest album […]

Red Sox Freeze Ticket Prices for 2009

For the first time in more than a decade, the Boston Red Sox aren’t increasing their ticket prices at Fenway Park for the 2009 season. The team said Wednesday that it had raised prices in each of the last 14 years. Its average ticket price of $48.80 on opening day in 2008 was the highest […]

Fenway Park Failed Food Inspections on Opening Day

Just think back to the last time you visited Fenway Park. It may have been this year, it may have been last year. Many of you may have purchased a small pizza, a sausage, beer, or even a Fenway frank. Did you ever start to consider that the Fenway food services could be failing city […]

SI Does Not Know Why People Really Go To Ballparks

Every year Sports Illustrated likes to do ballpark rankings to show which parks are the best to go to. And just like many major surveys by sports media organizations, it doesn’t get to the heart of what fans care about. I only wish the easy explanation for why it was done in this manner is […]

Red Sox Ripoff

Say what you will about the New York Yankees and their spending ways. In the last decade, the Yanks have spent more than one BILLION dollars on player salaries and didn’t win a World Series. The Red Sox have won two WS titles in four years and tickets to Fenway Park are the hardest ticket […]