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Get your Boston Red Sox tickets today and get into Fenway Park! Established in 1901, the Boston Red Sox are one of the most recognizable and famous sports organizations in the world. Originally known as the Boston Americans until 1908, the Red Sox boast one of the richest histories in all of sports with 14 AL pennants, 10 East Division titles, and 9 World Series titles under their belts. Many iconic players have also donned the Red Sox uniform over the years: Ted Williams, Jim Rice, Wade Boggs, Pedro Martinez, David Ortiz, and many other greats.

From early on, the Red Sox became known for the Curse of the Bambino. The Red Sox traded away Babe Ruth, widely considered one of the best players of all-time, for cash to the New York Yankees following the 1918 season. The Red Sox won the World Series in 1918, but would not win another one until 2004, when the Red Sox "reversed the curse" with a stunning defeat of the St. Louis Cardinals.

Boston plays its home games at Fenway Park, which is the oldest stadium in Major League Baseball! Fenway Park boasts one of the best baseball atmospheres as well, as fans line up around Yawkey Way before and after each game to cheer the Red Sox on!

About Fenway Park

Boston will continue to call Fenway Park home, as the Red Sox have since 1912. Historic Fenway Park is one of the best stadiums in baseball to catch a game at. Fenway Park's relatively small capacity of 37,499 ensures that there is no bad seat in the house -- and provides for one of the best baseball experiences. In addition to hosting the Red Sox, Fenway Park has also been the backdrop for concert performances by Bruce Springsteen, The Rolling Stones, The Police, Neil Diamond, Paul McCartney, Justin Timberlake, Jay-Z, Aerosmith, Pearl Jam, and Billy Joel. More big names are likely to be added to that list in the 2019 season.

Green Monster Tickets

Looking for the best seats in the ballpark? Look no further than the selection of Green Monster tickets available on our marketplace! Sitting atop the Green Monster gets you closer to the action than outfielders would be in many other parks. You won't believe how close to the action you'll be until you get your own pair of Green Monster tickets.

The Red Seat

Fans buying Red Sox right field bleacher tickets for the first time are curious as to "The Red Seat," which stands apart from the Red Sox's usual sea of green bleacher seats. This is another of the many iconic quirks that makes Fenway Park America's most beloved ballpark.

The Red Seat -- located at section 42, row 37, seat 21 -- is the site of the longest home run ever hit into the Red Sox bleachers, and it came courtesy of none other than old Teddy Ballgame himself, Ted Williams. The date was June 9, 1946, and the opponent was Fred Hutchinson of the Detroit Tigers. The ball traveled from Ted William's bat to a total distance of 502 feet. It's not unusual to see fans with Red Sox tickets crowd to the seat after the game for a photo opportunity with the Red Sox's famed Red Seat. Keep it in mind next time you buy Red Sox bleacher seats!

Red Sox Nation

Boston Red Sox tickets for Fenway Park are among the most sought-after seats in professional baseball -- to see the Green Monster and drink in the atmosphere of New England's passion. We at Ticket Liquidator have always sought to provide cheap Red Sox tickets to you, the people of Red Sox Nation.

As the Red Sox once again chase post-season glory, our marketplace has Boston Red Sox tickets for every game on the Red Sox schedule. How is the Red Sox form this time out? We help to answer these questions by putting as much info on the Red Sox schedule as we can right here at TL. And once the post-season rolls around, we'll have everything you need at every stage of the playoffs including Boston Red playoff tickets if (when!) they make it. Red Sox baseball tickets are waiting for you. Come and see history being made.

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