A Red Sox game is fun for everyone, whether you are a huge sports fan or know close to nothing about baseball. There is nothing like the atmosphere that die hard fans bring to the ballpark, and whether the Sox win or lose, it is always an exciting time. See the famous Green Monster and some of the charm that comes with the oldest ballpark in the MLB (such as Ted William’s red chair which represents the farthest home run ever to be hit at Fenway, or Fisk and Pesky’s poles). Join in during the 7th inning stretch to sing “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” (remember its ‘root root root for the Red Sox’) or during the middle of the 8th inning for the sinning of “Sweet Caroline”. End the game by walking down Yawkey Way and looking into the myriad memorabilia shops. The Red Sox offers student tickets that start at $7 at redsox.com throughout the year.
I went to my first Red Sox game this past summer with two of my best friends. Both of my friends love baseball, but I knew very little about the game. Although I do not enjoy watching baseball on the television, there is nothing like witnessing a game in person surrounded by a stadium full of enthusiastic fans.
Grab dinner at Max & Leo’s on the corner of Brookline Ave and Lansdowne Avenue! Share an artisan pizza with you pals for under $15 or try their burgers or wings. View the menu here.
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