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Boston Red Sox vs Baltimore Orioles Tickets 2024

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Red Sox vs Orioles Tickets 2024

The Boston Red Sox and Baltimore are old American League East foes who have a rivalry that goes back decades. A short 400 miles (along I-95) separates these two Atlantic coast cities, but the differences in their cultures could not be more pronounced. The Red Sox are more known for their big rivalry with the Yankees, but their annual games against Baltimore can be just as intense when both teams are playing at a high-level. Baltimore also counts the Yankees among their biggest rivals, but right after NYY and the local Washington Nationals is their rivalry with the Red Sox which often helps to decide the AL East division crown.

The Sox vs O's series splits the games evenly each regular-season between Camden Yards and Fenway Park, so a fan attending in both locations would have opportunity to watch some great baseball inside two of the classic ball parks in MLB. The action between these two ball clubs does not end in the regular-season as they have squared off in the MLB Playoffs. Each of these teams is accustomed to postseason success and they can claim a dozen World Series trophies combined.

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Fenway Park Venue Guide

  • Location: Boston, Massachusetts
  • Address: 4 Jersey Street
  • Capacity: 37,730
  • Preceded By: Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds
  • Year Opened: 1912
  • Occupants: Boston Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox began in 1901 as the Boston Americans and played until 1912 in the Huntington Avenue Grounds. It was the site of the first World Series between the National League and American League in 1903 and was the site of the first modern perfect game by Cy Young in 1904. The Americans changed their name to the Red Sox in 1908 and opened Fenway Park in 1912. When it opened, the park seated 35,000 people, which has since expanded to close to 40,000 attendees. Located in the heart of downtown Boston, Fenway Park is one of the original urban ballparks and has become a fixture in the Massachusetts capitol.

Fenway Park is surrounded by a bevy of restaurants and bars that are always a hotbed of activity before game days. The venue is within walking distance of Boston's Green Line subway system, and public transportation is often the best way to go. Unless fans would like to try their hand at parking near Fenway, where there are a number of lots and garages in the area surrounding the ballpark.

Over the course of its history, Fenway Park has seen its fair share of improvements to keep it up with the times. In the late 80s, club seats were constructed in the old press box and now form an extensive set of exclusive seating in the mezzanine behind home plate. In 2003, the Red Sox added seating to the top of the Green Monster, a 37-foot-high wall in left field that has cost many hitters home runs over the years. Other than a few touch-ups and other modern improvements, Fenway Park remains largely unchanged 100 years later.

In 2012, Fenway Park celebrated its centennial and joins Wrigley Field as the only ballparks in the Major Leagues that have been continuously running for a century. Over the course of its illustrious history, Fenway Park was the site of the Red Sox's early titles in 1916 and 1918, but it would be 86 years until the team would win the title in 2004, and again since then. Today Fenway is the host of Red Sox games, many top outdoor concerts, including Pearl Jam, and even a handful of college football games. With amazing fans and a unique atmosphere, seeing a game at Fenway Park should be on any baseball fan's bucket list and is guaranteed to be a memorable experience.

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Camden Yards Ticket & Event Info

  • Location: Baltimore, Maryland
  • Capacity: 48,262
  • Parking: Parking is available for purchase
  • Year Opened: 1992
  • Primary occupant: Baltimore Orioles

Camden Yards is the baseball stadium in Baltimore, Maryland that serves as the home venue for the local Baltimore Orioles. Camden Yard is considered by many fans to be the ideal design for a modern baseball stadium, as it maintains a 'throw back' character (charm) that does not exist in many of its contemporary ballparks.

The Baltimore Orioles are one of the original eight charter franchises of the American League that began play in 1901, and they bounced from Milwaukee to St. Louis before settling in Baltimore in 1954. The team began to play at Memorial Stadium in downtown Baltimore, Maryland, which they shared with the then-Baltimore Colts of the NFL. During the Orioles' first year in the city, they drew more than a million fans to the ballpark and began to establish a loyal fan base. While Memorial Stadium was a great place to watch a baseball game, by the 1980s the stadium was beginning to show its age. The Orioles commissioned the construction of a new stadium in the late '80s and they would move into their glittering new home in 1992.

Orioles Park at Camden Yards is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful ballparks in all of baseball. It began the modern trend of combining extensive amenities with a classic red brick façade that pays homage to many of the storied ballparks built in the early 20th century. The ballpark is located in the heart of downtown Baltimore with plenty of parking opportunities and access to the city's public transportation system.

Along with its impressive architecture and accessibility, the Orioles also took great pains to improve the fan's overall experience. The park includes the All-Star Cafe, a marketplace-style food court that gives attendees a chance to sample a few Baltimore favorites like Boog's BBQ, as well as their traditional ballpark favorites. The venue also included standing room seating down at the club level called drink rail seating. This is a feature that has caught on at stadiums and arenas around the country and gives fans an open and social environment to enjoy a few drinks without having to pay full price for a seat.

The Orioles have also made a commitment to honoring the history of their franchise and Maryland sports in general with the opening of the Sports Legends Museum in 2005. The facility pays tribute to the many great names that have worn an Orioles uniform, such as Cal Ripken Jr., Frank Robinson, and Jim Palmer. While the Orioles play in what's widely considered the most competitive division in baseball, fans have high hopes for the direction of the team and hope that the squad's young stars can guide the team to another World Series championship.

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