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Boston Red Sox Tickets 2019 Outlook
If the defending World Series champs are strongest in their division, it's not showing yet. But things should improve for the Red Sox. They do have perennial Cy Young contender Chris Sale, David Price, and Nathan Eovaldi in the starting pitching rotation, although the rotation's 2019 start has been shaky, to say the least. They also don't have as much bullpen strength as they will likely need. Matt Barnes has looked strong early on in relief but, of course, the Red Sox no longer have closer Craig Kimbrel. The lineup is solid with guys like Andrew Benintendi, Xander Bogaerts, and J.D. Martinez. And don't forget 2018 American League MVP Mookie Betts. If the Red Sox do lose the division to the Yankees, they should still definitely make a very strong playoff run.
Few professional sports franchises have the drawing power of the Boston Red Sox. Fenway Park sells out on a regular basis, including even a streak of 820 consecutive games that lasted from May 15, 2003 until April 10, 2013. Red Sox Nation reaches its arms far outside of Boston, as fans gobble up MLB tickets to games in Baltimore, Florida and as far as California. Be sure to get Red Sox tickets today and see Fenway's famous Green Monster for yourself.
Everything changed for the franchise in 2004 after 86 "cursed" years of baseball. After losing in heart-breaking fashion to the Yankees the previous year, the Red Sox went out and made a splash in the following off-season. They acquired starting pitcher Curt Schilling and closer Keith Foulke, whose acquisitions sent the expectations of Red Sox season ticket holders and fans around the country soaring. The team finished the year with 98 wins and entered the playoffs as Wild Card champions. After sweeping the Angels, the Red Sox quickly found themselves in a 3-0 series hole in the ALCS to their AL East rivals, the New York Yankees. With nothing to lose, the Sox kept coming up with big moment after big moment, and behind the bloody sock of Curt Schilling (who had his tendon sutured to his bone before pitching Game 6), the team became the first baseball team in Major League Baseball history to come back from a 3-0 series deficit. The curse was lifted in the next series as the Sox outmatched the St. Louis Cardinals, sweeping them to win the World Series for the first time in 86 years.
The Red Sox have added two more World Series titles to their trophy case, one in 2007 and the latest coming in 2013. The team remains one of the most popular franchises in all of sports, not just baseball. The team now counts on superstars Mookie Betts and David Price to lead them to their next World Series title. Opening day for the Sox was on March 29th against the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field. Boston lost the first game of the season but since then have completely dominated the American League. Fans are thrilled to see such a positive performance and with playoffs right around the corner who knows what could happen! Browse the Boston Red Sox schedule above and find Red Sox tickets to see the team play in 2019.
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Boston Red Sox Upcoming Game Schedule
The Red Sox play the San Francisco Giants for three home games at Fenway Park starting on Tuesday, September 17 at 7:10 PM. Followed by a four game series in St. Petersburg at Tropicana Field against the Tampa Bay Rays with the first game on Friday, September 20 at 7:10 PM.The Red Sox travel to Arlington for a three game series against the Texas Rangers at Globe Life Park starting on Tuesday, September 24 at 7:05 PM.
Updated on: Monday, September 16, 2019