Top 5 Reasons to Visit Fenway Park

It shouldn’t take more than the one reason- its existence to visit the home of the Boston Red Sox, but for those of you who need some more convincing, here are my top 5 reasons to visit this ballpark:

For a complete recap of my visit last summer and full “tour” of the park, read my ballpark review and for money saving tips at this park, check out this post and more in my Money Saving Tips category. Also please bare with me as I continue to make videos as an effort to expand my content- it’s my Spring Training as well! ;)

For an excellent preview of the talent you might expect to see on the field, visit The Mandate blog for their MLB Preview of the Boston Red Sox. They break down the off-season moves, pitching, hitting, etc. and certainly don’t hold anything back.

Fenway Park

Let me know what you think of Fenway Park and your expectations for the Boston Red Sox!

4 thoughts on “Top 5 Reasons to Visit Fenway Park

  1. Pingback: 2013 MLB Preview: Boston Red Sox | The Mandate

  2. I love your articles about saving money in baseball towns and why to visit certain ball parks. You have great ideas and I think the fans of my Facebook page would appreciate if I shared your blogs with them. I hope you don’t mind. Also, if you would like the RBI on Facebook I would appreciate your input on articles and blogs I come up with. Thanks!

  3. Fenway is the most exciting place I have ever been in my whole life. The atmosphere at Rangers Ballpark doesn’t even come close. Sadly, though, I don’t expect much from the Sox this season. I hope they surprise me. And I hope that it’s at least better than last year.

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