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3/14/14 - Phil Hughes may not be pitching for the New York Yankees this season but that hasn’t stopped the Boston Red Sox from having his number, giving up two runs in three innings for the Minnesota Twins on Thursday afternoon. Jake Peavy had a nice outing for the Red Sox as he was able to give up just a single run on the way to Boston’s 4-3 victory.
3/13/14 - After a quiet day of rest yesterday the Boston Red Sox are back at it today as they have a game this afternoon at the Minnesota Twins in Grapefruit League play. The Twins come into this game with a 5-6 record while the Red Sox are 5-8 thus far in Spring Training but have won their last three games in a row. Taking the mound today for the Sox will be Jake Peavy while former Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes will start the game for the Twins with first pitched scheduled for 1:05 pm EST.
3/12/14 - Yesterday the Boston Red Sox knocked around the Baltimore Orioles by a score of 6-5 on the way to picking up their third straight win. Will Middlebrooks had a great game on Tuesday as he was able to go yard in the sixth inning for a solo shot, his second off Orioles pitcher Tommy Hunter in the last four days.
3/11/14 - After getting off to a shaky start this Spring Training the Boston Red Sox have bounced back to win their last two games and now sit at a record of 4 - 7 in the Grapefruit League. The Sox were able to overcome the young and talented Tampa Bay Rays yesterday by a score of 6 - 2 with Jon Lester pitching a very solid three innings of hitless baseball. For their next game the Red Sox will stay in the AL East to play the Baltimore Orioles.
3/10/14 (PM) - The Boston Red Sox will debut their tentative Opening Day lineup today against the Tampa Bay Rays, as Jon Lester and Shane Victorino make their first spring appearances this afternoon. They'll join Sizemore, Nava and Pierzynski as starters looking to kick it into high gear with three weeks left until the season officially starts. Boston Red Sox tickets are the cheapest this week when they take on the Miami Marlins tomorrow (get-in for $16), and are the priciest when they play the Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday (get-in for $85).
3/10/14 - This past weekend the Boston Red Sox split their two games, getting blown out 13-2 in Saturday’s game to AL East division rival the Baltimore Orioles but taking the final game of the weekend by beating the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-2. Clay Buchholz started Sunday’s game and went three innings without giving up a hit before calling it a day and hitting the showers but it was Jackie Bradley Jr. who impressed by knocking in two runs in the second to put the Sox up. Today the Red Sox will host the Tampa Bay Rays as we inch closer and closer towards Opening Day which is presently less than three weeks away.
3/7/14 - The Red Sox did something that you rarely see in baseball; tie. The spring training game between Boston and the Miami Marlins was called after 7 2/3 innings due to rain with both teams failing to score a run by that time in the game. One takeaway from this game will be the Devin Marrero and his stellar play at shortstop where he showed off his spectacular range making several athletic plays.
3/6/14 - Yesterday afternoon the Boston Red Sox took the field to play a rematch of last season’s World Series against the St. Louis Cardinals, and despite their best efforts in putting together a rally in the top of the 9th inning still came away short losing 8-6. Today, the Red Sox will play the Miami Marlins who have been a nice surprise this Spring Training at a record of 5-2.
3/5/14 - The Boston Red Sox had one of their worst games of spring training so far on Tuesday when they lost 8-0 to the Tampa Bay Rays. The Red Sox got behind early and were never able to amount much of anything on offense while giving up a staggering 16 hits to the Rays despite starting Clay Buchholz on the mound. Today, Boston will prepare for a rematch of last season’s World Series when they play the St. Louis Cardinals this afternoon.
3/4/14 - The Red Sox lost a close game to the Pittsburgh Pirates last night by a score of 7 to 6, but a bigger concern for Boston has to be their pitcher Jake Peavy who was scheduled to start the game but was scratched at the last minute due to accidentally slicing his finger open with fishing knife. Starting in his place was Brandon Workman who had a rough outing, only lasting 2 ? innings and giving up five hits and five runs in the process.
3/3/14 PM - The Boston Red Sox fell in back-to-back games against the Minnesota Twins in two Grapefruit League opening thrillers last week. Thanks to the homerun-slugging bat of Mike Napoli, Boston turned things around with an 8-6 victory over the Baltimore Orioles yesterday. Heisman winner Johnny Football turned into Johnny Baseball this weekend, sporting a custom Boston jersey, and took time visiting with fans and players at the Red Sox camp. Expect more high-profile stars to attend Red Sox games and spend their spring in sunny Florida. You can join them with cheap Boston Red Sox tickets this weekend! Boston will play the Atlanta Braves (get-in for $26 on 3/7) and the Baltimore Orioles (get-in for $18 on 3/8).
3/3/14 AM - Jake Peavy was scheduled to make his first start today in Bradenton, FL but was scratched after suffering a laceration to his left index finger with a fishing knife over the weekend. Peavy will not be throwing for three days, according to manager John Farrell, and then will begin a program off the mound. Luckily for Sox fans, it is Peavy’s non-throwing hand and does not appear altogether a major issue.
2/24/14 - Xander Bogaerts, last year's electrifying starter in all 6 World Series games, has finally secured the job at shortstop with no competition in Spring Training. Bogaerts is a rising star in baseball, budding fan-favorite and a front-runner to win 2014's Rookie of the Year. You have to check him out as he gears up for his first full MLB season with Boston Red Sox tickets! Since practice officially kicked off, Red Sox spring training tickets have risen slightly: from $78 to $82, making Boston the second most in-demand team to see this season.
2/18/14 - This weekend Ryan Dempster announced a 2014 season hiatus and will forgo a guaranteed $13.25 million to pitch this year. After lingering injuries and familial issues plagued him in the offseason, it is unclear whether the respected pitcher will be making a retirement speech soon, but teammates and media both gave him a standing ovation at the press conference. This decision leaves the franchise with additional spending money for younger arms, or a midsummer acquisition. The Boston Red Sox will partake in a Northeastern & Boston College doubleheader on 2/27 ($5 to get-in), and they will take on the Minnesota Twins for their first official Spring Training game a day later ($28 to get-in).
2/11/14 - Mike Napoli and his beard are already suited up in Florida, waiting to report in 4 days for Spring Training. In less than ten days, every position player for the Boston Red Sox will take the field for their first workout together. With Jacoby Ellsbury out, the Red Sox will be holding auditions for a leadoff man this spring. Daniel Neva, Shane Victorino and Xander Bogaerts are likely candidates. See how it all plays out with Boston Red Sox Spring Training tickets—just $9 to start for their first game (Feb 27)!
1/27/14 - Can the Red Sox snatch the AL East crown again this time and move onto their fourth World Series title in eleven years? Get a jump on the season and score Boston Red Sox tickets for Spring Training this February! Boston Red Sox tickets are in hot demand, running $78 on average this spring, the second highest price behind the Rangers.
10/21/13 - The Red Sox beat the Detroit Tigers 5-2 in Game 6 to advance to the World Series for the first time since 2007. The average price of World Series tickets in Boston is $1,565. Because the Sox have home-field advantage, that average is based on a potential four home games. Since the beginning of the postseason, the average price has dropped 14%, 9% since last Tuesday. However, World Series tickets in Boston remain the most expensive of the two ball clubs. Red Sox World Series tickets are 18% more expensive than Bruins Stanley Cup Finals tickets were this year.
10/11/12 - The Red Sox advanced to the ALCS after taking the Division Series over Tampa Bay in four games. Boston will compete for its 13th American League pennant; but they'll have to overtake the Detroit Tigers, a team they went 3-4 against in the 2013 regular season. The two baseball powerhouse franchises have never met before in the postseason. ALCS tickets in Boston are the most expensive in the LCS, averaging $624, 7% less than Boston Bruins ECF tickets.
10/4/2013 - Heading into Division Series play, the Boston Red Sox have the most expensive World Series tickets on the market at an average price of $1,812. World Series Game 2 in Boston is the cheapest, averaging $1,554 a ticket at Fenway.
9/24/13 - The Boston Red Sox have not only clinched a playoff berth but the team has also secured their seventh East Division title, their first since 2007 (the same year the team won its seventh World Series). Just a year ago, the franchise was dead last in the AL East; in 2013, the Red Sox were the second team in MLB to earn a spot in the postseason and they’re division leaders. Appropriately, Boston picked up its title with Koji Uehara on the mound and a 6-3 win at home. ALDS tickets for the first home game at Fenway are averaging $316. ALCS tickets for HG1 (if applicable) are more than double the cost.
7/25/13 - The Bosox were not expected to do much in 2013, after a dismal, last-place 2012 performance. Instead, what they give us is yet another reason why baseball offers such compelling drama over a long season, standing atop the uber-competitive AL East at the All-Star break. Red Sox Nation are surely asking, can they keep it up?
3/26/13 – The Red Sox may be offering free food and cheap beer for the first month of the season to lure back fans to Fenway Park, but they aren’t cutting ticket prices. Boston has the 3rd most expensive ticket in MLB this April with series at home against the Baltimore Orioles, Tampa Bay Rays, Kansas City Royals, Oakland Athletics, and Houston Astros. The Red Sox home opener will be April 8th against the Baltimore Orioles. Red Sox Opening Day tickets are priced from $52 (down $23 since February) in the Bleachers to $846 for a Field Box and average $188. If you wait two days, you can see the same two teams play for an average of $40. The cheapest series in April will come against the A’s with tickets available for under $10 to each of the three games.
Boston Red Sox 2014 Season
The defending World Series Champions have kept things pretty quiet in the offseason, largely sticking by their tried-and-true roster. After jetting from worst-to-first in 2013, the Red Sox are ready for another go, having officially shaved their beards in anticipation of Spring Training
. Boston has stayed out of the spotlight this winter, taking low-risk transactions in the offseason: losing Jacoby Ellsbury to rival Yankees
, Jarrod Saltalamacchia and potentially Stephen Drew in exchange for A.J. Pierzynski, Grady Sizemore and Edward Mujica.
38 year-old World Series MVP David Ortiz is seeking a multiyear extension deal with Boston, otherwise, the slugger has made it known he has “no choice [but to] move on” from the franchise. Conversely, Jon Lester is willing to take a discount and sign an extension with Boston, stating, “I want to be here ‘til they rip this jersey off my back”—which is just one indication of how devoted players and fans are to this organization. Not only does Boston boast a legion of veterans, but also the top 100 prospects list came out just in time for Spring Training, and it features nine Red Sox players (including No.2 Xander Boagaerts), the most of any team in the league. With all of this fresh talent mixing with experienced players, grab your Boston Red Sox tickets today and watch them make another run for the World championship!
After long being the darlings of the American League, the Boston Red Sox finally crashed to earth in 2012 with their first losing record since 1997, and finishing last in the highly-competitive American League East for the first time since 1992. Although well supported by the Fenway Park faithful, the regime of first year skipper Bobby Valentine struggled both on the field as well as off, with Valentine being responsible for a number of headline incidents which proved corrosive to team chemistry. As well, several key players struggled with injuries, most notably DH David Ortiz, who was limited to just 90 games in 2012.
Even still, Big Papi finished second on the team in homers to catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia, and was getting on base at a .415 clip. First baseman Adrian Gonzalez was the only Bosox player with sufficient appearances to qualify for the batting title to hit .300. Only two starting pitchers for the Red Sox qualified for the ERA title (162 or more innings pitched) — Clay Buchholz, who was 11-8 with a 4.56 ERA and 129 strikeouts; and Jon Lester, who was 9-14, with an ERA of 4.82 and 166 K's. Red Sox Nation is certainly hoping for more in 2013. Boston Red Sox tickets at Fenway Park are the second most expensive MLB ticket in 2013, averaging $106 — only Chicago Cubs fans will pay more to see a home game this season. Boston fans following the team on the road should expect to pay an average of $5 less per ticket.