9 Essential Things You Need to Know Before Going to a Red Sox Game

Baseball season is underway. The Red Sox kicked off their season last night in Seattle with a 6-4 win over the Mariners. The Sox will stay on the west coast until opening day at Fenway which isn't until April 9. That's less than two weeks away. So for that reason, we want to prepare you for your future trip to Fenway Park. If you haven't been to a Red Sox game in a while, you have to know things have changed quite a bit. 2024 Red Sox Expectations The 2024 Red Sox season is the 124th season in Boston Red Sox franchise history, and their 113th season at Fenway Park. Expectations for the team this year are not very high. The first goal is to avoid the bottom of the American League east for the third straight season. They've won 78 games for the past two seasons so it seems as if the predictions for the Sox will be to win right around the same amount. Who Are the 2024 Red Sox The players you must know are: Rafael Devers will be playing in his first year of his 10-year, $313 million contract extension.  The 27 year old from the Dominican Republic wears #11 and plays third base. Then there is Trevor Story. The 31 year old shortsop/second baseman from Irving, TX is in the middle of a six year contract with the Red Sox. Tristan Casas finished third in the rookie of the year voting last year. He wears #36 and plays first base. Heading to a Red Sox Game? Now that you know the stars and the expectations, let's dive into what you need to know before heading to a Red Sox Game this season. From parking to food to seating there have been many changes in the past several years. These are the 9 most important things you must know before taking that ride to Jersey Street for a Rd Sox Game.

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