Red Sox 2018 Spring Training home game tickets now on sale
Home game tickets at Jet Blue Park for the 2018 Boston Red Sox Spring Training schedule can now be purchased online on the team website.
There is still plenty of work to be done to solidify the roster this offseason but it’s not too early to look ahead at when we can watch the Boston Red Sox back in action.
The Red Sox announced that tickets for home games on their 2018 Spring Training schedule went on sale Saturday, December 2 at 10:00 a.m.
Tickets for the 19 home games at Jet Blue Park can be purchased online at the official website of the Red Sox.
The spring schedule kicks off with split squad action on February 22 against a pair of college teams. Some of the players in camp will face the Northeastern Huskies while the rest of the team will take on the Boston College Eagles.
The following day will give the Red Sox their first opportunity against another major league team when they meet the Minnesota Twins for the start of the annual Mayor’s Cup – or whatever they are calling it these days. The Twins will visit Jet Blue Park three times this spring, equaling the Tampa Bay Rays for most appearances on the Red Sox home spring schedule.
Each of the other AL East division rivals make at least one appearance on the home schedule.
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The New York Yankees make only one trip to Fort Myers. Fans will want to get tickets to the game on March 3 if they wish to see Aaron Judge turn spring training into his own personal home run derby.
Circle March 24 on your calendar. The Red Sox get a rematch with the World Series champion Houston Astros. Not only is this the team that knocked Boston out of the postseason this year, it’s also where new Red Sox manager Alex Cora last served as bench coach for the Astros.
The spring home schedule wraps up with a pair of games against the Chicago Cubs on March 26 and 27. These teams won’t meet again in 2018 – unless of course it’s on the World Series stage. Spring Training may be your only chance to see Kris Bryant, Anthony Rizzo and the rest of the Cubbies next year.
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A trip to Fort Myers for Spring Training is an annual excuse to take a vacation for many Red Sox fans. If you’ve never gone before, why not start now? Act fast because these tickets won’t last!