Have you been waiting all winter for Fenway Park to reopen? I know we have! This Thursday, March 30th, the Red Sox kick off the season with a home game against the Baltimore Orioles.
This year, under MLB’s new schedule, the Sox will be playing against every team in the National League at least once, and two fewer series against their division opponents.
Throughout the season, eight National League teams will make the trip over to Fenway Park.
Make sure you are familiar with this season’s schedule and mark your calendars. Some notable games are:
- Patriot’s Day, after watching the Boston Marathon, head on over to Fenway to watch the four-game series against the Los Angeles Angels.
- On Mother’s Day, the Sox will play against the St. Louis Cardinals.
- On Father’s Day, they will play the Yankees. Before, or after, grab a drink at House of Blues or Cask ‘n Flagon!
Did you know that Fenway Park is the oldest active ballpark in MLB? Opening in 1912, the Green Monster has hosted the World Series 11 times, with the Red Sox winning six of those games. At its heart, Fenway really is ALL about entertainment.
This neighborhood is rapidly developing with new dining, entertainment, and residential buildings, all while embodying its namesake baseball park, iconic Fenway Park.
Our team is active in this market, so make sure to check out all of our favorite Fenway spots while you’re over at a game:
Check out this super special opportunity when our team got to play wiffle ball at Fenway Park in support of the Travis Roy Foundation.