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Boston Baseball Vacation

Explore Baseball in Boston

 

Boston and baseball go together like Boston and clam chowder. While The Curse of the Bambino may be a thing of the past, history is still very much part of the appeal of a Red Sox game at Fenway Park. Opened on April 20, 1912, the ballpark has been the home of some of the all-time greats: Cy Young, Babe Ruth, Ted Williams, Carl Yastrzemski and Pedro Martinez, among many others. Games against the rival New York Yankees are of course a huge draw, but the stands are filled to capacity on a nightly basis; if you can’t make it to a game, take a tour of the old ballpark for a closer look at one of baseball’s cathedrals.


Popular places for Baseball in Boston

Fenway Park (Baseball Stadium)
4 Yawkey Way   (617) 267-1700
 
Teddy Ebersol's Field (Baseball Stadium)
Charlesbank Park
 
Green Monster (General Entertainment)
Fenway Park   (617) 226-6791
 
Red Sox Bullpen (Baseball Stadium)
Fenway Park
 
Game On! (Sports Bar)
82 Lansdowne St   (617) 351-7001
 
The Baseball Tavern (Sports Bar)
1270 Boylston St   (617) 867-6526
 
Franklin Park (Park)
Pier Point Rd
 
Chestnut Hill Reservoir (Lake)
Chestnut Hill Reservoir
 
House of Blues (Music Venue)
15 Lansdowne St   (888) 693-2583
 
The Esplanade (Park)
The Esplanade
 
Fenway Bleachers (General Entertainment)
Fenway Park
 
Cask 'n Flagon (Sports Bar)
62 Brookline Ave   (617) 536-4840
 
The Big Concourse (Baseball Stadium)
Gate B
 
The Fours (Sports Bar)
166 Canal St   (617) 720-4455
 
The Bleacher Bar (Sports Bar)
82A Lansdowne St   (617) 262-2424
 
Brockton Rox (Baseball Stadium)
1 Feinberg Way   (508) 559-7000
 
McGreevy's (Irish Pub)
911 Boylston St   (617) 262-0911
 
JM Sports Academy (Baseball Stadium)
1245 General Edwards Highway   (617) 777-6258
 
Nickerson Field (College Stadium)
285 Babcock St   (617) 353-4632
 

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