2014 Boston Red Sox Schedule
It tends to be a good idea to keep an eye on the Boston Red Sox calendar if you're
a baseball fan, as it's absolutely packed to the brim with great match-ups that will feature some of the best ballplayers
in the world on a regular basis. The Red Sox burst through once again and won it all in 2013, and now they're looking to take
their first step toward a dynasty with another deadly squad that can do it on the mound as well as in the batter's box. Come
out and see all of the towering homers, spectacular catches and nail-biting moments that have become standard operating procedure
for the Red Sox over the years.
There has never been a better time to ditch the couch and get out to see the action
first-hand as the Red Sox look to give their fans another heart-pounding season of baseball that everyone will be talking
about. The Red Sox have a tradition of bringing great players to the roster, and that's not likely to slow down any time in
the near future as they look to solidify themselves as major players in the A.L. East. With one of the most explosive offenses
in the entire league and some big-time talent in their rotation, all eyes will be on the Red Sox this season.
Though things have changed quite a bit since the early days, the game is still as exciting as ever, as Major
League Baseball routinely brings together some of the most skilled ballplayers in the world to battle it out on the diamond.
Home games are musts, particularly when we're talking about Fenway Park, but it's on the road that you'll get a chance to
see your favorite team from a different angle you're not exactly able to conjure up from home. When you get a chance to watch
your favorite team silence the home crowd with a towering homer or an unbelievable double-play, you'll be glad that you're
not sitting anywhere else. The schedule this season is filled with 162 different possibilities, and you can find the Red Sox
both at home in Beantown and all over the country and even in Toronto.
The club endured years
of losing under the Curse of the Bambino, but broke through in 2004 to win their first World Series since 1918 and added another
title just a couple years later and yet another in 2013. From spring training on, the Sox are sure to give their fans plenty
to cheer about, so don't make the mistake of being left out of a great game that you know you'd rather be in the stands to
see the way it was meant to be seen. These days, guys like David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia and Mike Napoli lead the way on offense
and you have Jon Lester on the bump alongside plenty of other hurlers who can get the job done, making the Red Sox one of
the teams to beat once again in the ultra-competitive A.L. East.
Boston Red Sox Trivia
Did you know that
Nomar Garciaparra holds the club record for highest average for a right-hander?
Back in 2000, Garciaparra was an absolute
monster at the plate, racking up a.372 batting average and establishing himself as one of the game's best overall hitters.
Boston Red Sox History
MLB tickets to see the Boston Red Sox have been available since the franchise got its
start as the Boston Somersets in 1901. In 1907 they became the Red Sox, and ever since then this team has been one of the
most famous and beloved franchises in baseball. With several titles in the early days, the Red Sox would eventually succumb
to the infamous Bambino Curse, but they recently broke the downtrend with three World Series titles since 2004. In another
exciting chapter of Red Sox baseball, it's the perfect time to get out and see if they have what it takes to bring them dynasty
The Red Sox have a national following that's only rivaled by that of the New York Yankees,
their long-time A.L. East arch nemesis. Fenway Park is one of the best places in the entire world to see a baseball game,
though you can show your true team passion by getting out for a big road game featuring your Boston Red Sox. But even though
the Red Sox are a great watch at home, it can be just as exhilarating to see them take to the field against a talented team
on the road, and the schedule is bursting with 81 different chances to see the Sox do their thing away from home. Once you're
there actually seeing the game from a whole new perspective during an away match-up, you'll be glad that you finally made