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Once known as the most cursed team in MLB, the Boston Red Sox have enjoyed quite a comeback in recent years. After their historic World Series Championship in 2004, they went on to earn two more in 2007 and 2013. The Sox originated in 1901 as part of the first eight American League franchises and have been playing at Fenway Park since 1912. By trading Babe Ruth to the New York Yankees in 1918, Boston entered an 86-year championship drought with the “Curse of the Bambino.” Fortunately, that spell has since been broken. Buy your Boston Red Sox tickets right here at Razorgator and never miss a moment of baseball history.

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The Red Sox season came to an early end last night as the Cleveland Indians swept the Sox and ended the legendary career of David Ortiz. The crowd chanted “Pa-pi!” as the final out was played. “I’m happy, not just for me, not just how my career went down, but for the organization, the step that we took, from going from last place to win the division this year,” he told reporters. “Even if things didn’t end up the way we were looking for…. It’s like going from bad to good, from day to night.”
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The Red Sox are going to have to give it all they have got as they face elimination today against the Cleveland Indians. The Indians are going with pitcher Josh Tomlin while Boston will counter with Clay Buchholz.

After a tough loss against Cleveland in game 1 the Red Sox will be looking for revenge tonight as they put David Price on the mound. David Price brings a career win-loss record against Cleveland with a 10-2 overall record.

After meeting up on opening day on April 5th these two teams now face each other in Game 1 of the American League Division Series. It will be Rick Porcello on the mound for the Sox as he squares up against Trevor Bauer of the Indians. Be sure to tune in tonight to see show takes the edge.

Red Sox manager John Farrell was adamant Tuesday that veteran Craig Kimbrel will remain the team’s closer in the ALDS against the Indians he told the Red Sox official site. “There is no change in our closer,” said Farrell. “It’s Craig Kimbrel.”

Rick Porcello has been named as the Red Sox starting pitcher for game 1, and he told the Red Sox official website that he’s ready. "My preparation has always been the same," Porcello said. "The changes have just been from experience. You try something and it works for you, and if it doesn't, then you move on and look for something else. I'm always adjusting."

With less than a week before the MLB postseason begins, the Boston Red Sox have officially secured their spot in the playoffs and are almost certainly going to win their division outright. With the Blue Jays on their heels in second place in the East, Boston would have to lose all remaining games and Toronto would have to win all theirs in order to knock the Sox from the No. 1 spot. Fittingly, the two teams will meet for their final regular season series this Friday, Sept. 30-Sunday, Oct. 2 at Fenway Park. The Red Sox would love to see their stadium filled for the final push before the playoffs—will you be there? We have a great selection of tickets available starting at $81.

The Boston Red Sox are finishing out the 2016 MLB regular season strong, winning the previous seven games straight and defeating rivals the New York Yankees in a four-game sweep. Even more impressive is the fact that the Red Sox have been on the road since last Monday and will stay on the road until their final series of the season. That series will be against the Toronto Blue Jays and will start on Friday, September 30. You will absolutely want to be there to cheer Boston into the playoffs, so don’t miss it! Tickets to the Fenway festivities are currently on sale starting at prices as low as $53.

The Boston Red Sox are a classic team that is well on their way to the playoffs this season. They currently are set up to be one of the American League teams to make postseason play. However, they need to play their best this month to solidify their position and keep their spirits up high. This week the Red Sox start a four-game series against the New York Yankees on September 15. This entire series is scheduled to play at Fenway Park, one of the most historical fields in the MLB. Tickets for the first game on Thursday start at $38 each, and go up from there. Get them while they’re hot. It’s common in the world of Major League Baseball for the Boston Red Sox to be a factor in the postseason race. This year is no exception. As of Sept. 7, the Red Sox stood atop the NL East, sporting a record of 78-61, one game ahead of Toronto and two ahead of Baltimore. The Red Sox have been dangerous at home and on the road. Boston won four of its first six games in September, starting with two blowout victories over Oakland on Sept. 2 and 3 by the scores of 16-2 and 11-2. A three-game home-stand with Baltimore, Sept. 12–14, will be critical in determining the division winner. Tickets to the first game of the series start at $34.

Although things looked shaky for the Boston Red Sox heading during the last week of August, they seem to be turning things around this week. They have now won two of their last three games, earning them the overall victory in their series with the Tampa Bay Rays. Now, the Red Sox will hit the road to try to improve their record against the Oakland Athletics. The next few weeks will be critical in determining playoff contention, so be sure to come support the Red Sox when they return to Fenway Park on Monday, September 12, to host the Baltimore Orioles. Tickets are available starting at prices as low as $29.

The AL East race is heating up, and the Boston Red Sox are right in the thick of things. As of Aug. 24, the Red Sox sported a record of 71-54, tied atop the standings with Toronto. Boston put together a nice stretch between Aug. 19 and Aug. 23, posted four wins in five games. The team’s only loss during that time period was a 10-5 setback at Detroit on Aug. 21. Two days later, the Sox edged Tampa Bay 2-1 behind the heroics of David Ortiz, who hit the a key single early in the contest. Boston will face Tampa Bay again, this time at home for three games, Aug. 29–31. Tickets start at $22.

The Boston Red Sox winning ways continue; they now have five victories in a row. Their latest victory was against the Orioles on August 16. Mookie Betts had a three run homer to get the Red Sox on the board in the fifth inning. The Orioles were able to tie it up two innings later with three runs of their own. The Red Sox did not let the tie last long, and Betts got another homer for two runs this time to ensure the victory. The Red Sox play the Orioles again on the 17, and then they head to Detroit for four games against the Tigers. Tickets remain available for all games, with prices starting at $17.

The Boston Red Sox swept their latest three game series against the Diamondbacks, which started on August 12. In the first game, the Red Sox had two four-run innings in the first and second innings and did not let the Diamondbacks get close. The Diamondbacks got ahead in game two, but the Red Sox were able to rally and take the victory. The Red Sox came out swinging and nabbed a 16-2 victory in game 3. Mookie Betts had his second game in which he had three home runs. The Red Sox play a single game against the Idnians before heading to Baltimore to play two against the Orioles starting on the 16. Tickets remain available for prices starting at $13.

The Boston Red Sox started out strong in a four game series against the Mariners with a 2-1 win. After six scoreless innings, the Mariners were the first to get a run. Then, the Red Sox rallied, scoring once in the eighth and again in the ninth to secure the victory. Aaron Hill hit his first homer for the Red Sox, and Mookie Best also had a home run. The next night, the Red Sox lost a 4 run lead when the Mariners scored five runs in the eighth inning to win. The two teams play twice more on the 3 and 4, and then the Red Sox head to Los Angeles to play the Dodgers starting on the 5. Tickets remain available for $13 and up.

A loss to the Yankees ended the Boston Red Sox's six game winning streak. During the game, the Red Sox got on board first with a run in the first inning. However, the Yankees scored three in the fourth, and the Red Sox were unable to connect to add more runs. Prior to this game, the Red Sox won the first two games in a three game series. The second game was close, with the Red Sox leading by just one until they had a three-run sixth inning to gain the lead. They maintained it to win 5-2. The Red Sox host the Giants for two games on July 19 and 20. You can still get tickets for $17 and up.

The Boston Red Sox had a decent Fourth of July weekend. It started with them beating the Angels 5-4 in the first of a three game series on July 1. However, the next night left little to be desired when the Angels beat the Red Sox 21-2. The Red Sox came back the next night to wipe away the memory of tat game to win 10-5. They maintained the momentum the next night when they hosted the Rangers for the first of three games. After the Rangers had a four run first inning, the Red Sox came back to win 12-5. The two teams play again on the 5 and 6. You can still get tickets with prices starting at $22.

The Boston Red Sox went 2-1 in their latest three game series against the Mariners. The final game of the series was close, with a final score of 2-1. The Mariners were on the board first with a run in the fourth inning. A forceout hit from Hanley Ramirez brought in a run in the sixth inning to tie the game. A homer from Mookie Betts brought in the winning run in the seventh inning. The Red Sox' four game series at home against the White Sox started with a loss on June 20. They play again on the 21, 22 and 23, and you can still get tickets for prices starting at $22.

Friday the 10th of June marks the beginning of a 3-game series for the Boston Red Sox. With his 15-game run at hitting, Dustin Pedroia has his eye on adding to his brag-worthy hitting streak. His luck held out this week as he was able to hold off the San Francisco Giants with well a 1-for-3 walk and strikeout.The most consistent starter for the Red Sox, Steven Wright, will be boasting his famous knuckle ball as he starts off his season on the pitching mound. Described as a road warrior by the team manager, John Farrell, fans have high hopes that Wright will be a powerful force for the team this year. Experience the action at Fenway Park for as little as $46 per ticket this year!

The Boston Red Sox were supposed to start a four-game series against the Kansas City Royals this week, but their first game was postponed due to weather. They were able to meet up on Tuesday night for a game that was exciting until the final innings. The Red Sox scored one run in the second inning of the game, but the Royals answered that with five players coming into home plate in the third and fourth. The sixth inning gave the Red Sox three runs, but they were unable to grasp that additional run or hold off the Royals from scoring again. The game ended at 4-8 for the Royals. Catch all of the action live when you purchase your $17 ticket for Wednesday’s game.

The Boston Red Sox may have lost Pablo Sandoval for the season, but they still have the one of best records in an AL East division with no clear favorite. April was marked by inconsistent play, though the Sox did finish the month by sweeping the Yankees at Fenway. Starting on May 12 the Houston Astros come to town for a four-game series. David Price has been as good as advertised, and he opens the series against Astros’ ace Dallas Keuchel. Tickets for that game start as low as $12. Boston also has a series against the Cleveland Indians and an interleague matchup with the Rockies this month, so there are plenty of great opportunities to see the Sox play.

Now that the Boston Red Sox are one week into the season, fans are assessing how they have been doing. With four wins and four losses, it really looks like it could go either way for Boston this year. However, the Red Sox have primarily been playing on away fields up until this point, which is about to change. They are starting a nice long series of home games, first against the Toronto Blue Jays, then against the Tampa Bay Rays. After a short five-day away stretch, the Red Sox will be back for even more home games starting on April 27th. There are plenty of opportunities to catch them in action, so get your tickets.

Fans of the Boston Red Sox had to wait a day to see their team start the season after their opening game against the Indians was postponed. The wait was worth it, as the Red Sox beat the Indians 6-2 on April 5. David Price started on the mound and only gave up two runs while striking out 10. Mookie Betts and David Ortiz both hit homers, which was Ortiz's 504th of his career. The Red Sox have two more games in the series against the Indians before they head to Toronto to play the Blue Jays for three games starting on the 8. You can still get tickets, for prices starting at $8.

With the new season now closer than ever, fans begin analyzing the Boston Red Sox preseason to figure out how they will perform this year. So far, the Red Sox have been pretty even in the preseason, taking nine victories and 13 losses. There is no way to know for sure how they will fare, however, until the official season kicks off, now just two weeks away. The season opener is on April 4th, but the Red Sox will not have their first home game until the 11th. Tickets for the exciting home opener, which will be against the Baltimore Orioles, are available starting at $78. Secure your spot in the stands to welcome the Red Sox back.

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