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Why Their Fans Love The Boston Red Sox

As of August 3, 2017, the Boston Red Sox are in first place in the American League East. They currently have a one-game lead over the New York Yankees.

This means that Red Sox tickets among the most popular tickets in any sport. The team enjoys an extremely loyal fan base and their games consistently sell out. In fact, the team's game sells out more than any other team in major league baseball.

Boston Red Sox History

One of the most storied franchises in sports, the Boston Red Sox have been around since 1901. During this time, Boston fans have become some of the most devoted of any sports team. When the team won their first World Series, they were still the Boston Americans. Since then, the team has changed names and won seven more World Series Championships.

The team made a historic comeback during the 2004 American League Championships. Despite trailing the Yankees 3-0, the Sox, led by hitters Manny Ramirez and David Ortiz and by the arms of Pedro Martinez and Curt Schilling fought their way back and became the only team to come back from a three-game deficit in Major League Baseball history. After this incredible success, the Sox went on to win their first Series in 86 years by beating the St. Louis Cardinals.

The Sox made another incredible comeback in 2007 after losing in the 2005 playoffs and in 2006 finishing third in the league. In 2007, Sox tickets were selling out starting on Opening Day. The season saw Jonathan Papelbon dominate as a closer while Duston Pedroia was picked as the Rookie of the Year by the American League. Mike Lowell also had a career season helping the Sox win 96 regular season games. Everyone on the team stepped up including 20 wins by Josh Beckett, a Cy Young runner-up, another 17 by Time Wakefield known for his knuckle ball, and 15 wins by Daisuke Matsuzaka playing in his first season outside his native Japan. Clay Buchholtz, the rookie right-hander threw a no-hitter during a game against the Baltimore Orioles in what was his second major league start. All of this action helped the Sox solidify their campaign to win the World Series resulting in the Red Sox being recognized as one of the top teams in Major League Baseball.

In 2008, the Sox played their opener against the A's in Japan. During this game, Jon Lester threw a no-no at Fenway Park, shutting down the Kansas City Royals and became only the second Sox pitcher in two years to do so. The Sox went on to earn a Wildcard slot in the playoffs. They defeated the Los Angels Angels, but lost to the Tampa Bay Rays in seven games. During the 2009 season, the Sox played a rematch against the Angels who handily spoiled their second appearance in the championship series in five years.

During the off-season, the Sox front office worked hard, signing free agent John Lackey as a starter and extending Beckett's contract. Boston struggled all year burdened with an injury-laden roster that resulted in the Sox ending up in third place behind the Rays and the Yankees in the American League East.

Red Sox fans have found themselves disappointed in recent years with the team only making one playoffs appearance in the last six seasons. The team did make the most of that single appearance, socking the world in 2013 as they rebounded from last place at the end of 2012 to winning the World Series. One of the best things about the 2013 season is the Sox winning the championship at Fenway. Their 2004 and 2007 series wins took place outside their home park, but in 2013 for the first time in 95 years, the Sox took home the championship in front of their hometown fans. This win took place only six months following the bombings at the Boston Marathon and everyone in New England was rooting for a hometown win. The team's success has seen ticket sales surge and Red Sox tickets are still one of the most popular items selling on the secondary ticket market.

 

 

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