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Years of pain and suffering by the Boston faithful ended one October in 2004 when the Red Sox completed a playoff run that seemed destined to be. Before that post season 86 well-documented years of pain and suffering left the team in the shadows of the New York Yankees. That season erased those decades of futility with playoff tickets to an ALCS that saw the mighty Bronx Bombers fail to close out the series after going up 3-0.

The Boston Red Sox emerged from an 86 year funk with a World Series victory in 2004 and have proven that the team is finished with their losing ways with a World Series sweep in 2007. 2008 could bring another championship to Fenway, don't miss it!

The folk lore of the Curse of the Bambino, the costly error by Bill Buckner that swung the momentum in the 1986 World Series against the New York Mets, the inability to close their own series against the Big Red Machine in 1975, and the wasted years of greatness by Ted Williams finally came to an abrupt end that season. Red Sox playoff tickets no longer would be forewarned by fans waiting for the slightest change in the wind to knock their hopes down.

The team could return to an era of greatness that Boston once knew, before the live ball era. Then the Red Sox were the evil empire, the Red Sox won five World Series titles and six American League pennants in 20 years. Then the city looked forward to the postseason and confidently bought its playoff tickets.

The Red Sox have been playing at Fenway Park since 1912, since before the curse of the Bambino. The club has had seasons of greatness and heartache, but the Boston faithful have always returned to the legendary ballpark and its towering Green Monster. The Red Sox have seen the greats players like Carl Yastrzemski, Ted Williams, and Bobby Doerr patrol the field. Fans of this generation have been able to see the Red Sox end the curse in 2004 and capture the team's first World Series since 1918.

Red Sox's GM Theo Epstein has acquired the major league contract with Japanese superstar pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka. It was one of his first major steps towards forming the team for 2007 season. It was also announced that Jonathan Papelbon would be the starter for this season. Papelbon was sidelined during his rookie season to give rest to his injured arm. Then there is the addition of Keith Foulke, the star of World Series 2004. The other additions to the team are Hideki Okajima, the Japanese lefty reliever formerly of the Yomiuri Giants and lefty J.C. Romero from Puerto Rica. Also included in the team are Joel Pineiro, reliever who has signed a 1 year contract with Red Sox. Runelvys Hernandez relief pitcher, Joe McEwing infielder and Kerry Robinson outfielder has also signed minor league contract with the team. Alex Gonzalez has been replaced by Julio Lugo; Mark Loretta was replaced by Houston. Some other players are yet to be declared. The hot favorites of Redsox.com are Joel Piñeiro, Brendan Donnelly, Devern Hansack, J.C. Romero, Craig Hansen, Manny Delcarmen, Mike Timlin and Julian Tavarez, while on the other hand Jonathon Papelbon, the starter of the team will be resuming his role as closer. In a recent match held on March, 7 Red Sox defeated MET scoring 9 on a grand slam as against 5 of MET.

That time has come again and this year the Red Sox look to add a third World Series to their resume in the 21st century. This year Kevin Youklis, has been the cornerstone for the offense, David Ortiz has been healing for the playoffs, Jacoby Ellsbury has been a pest on the base path, and J.D. Drew has rejuvenated his career. This post season they will need to continue those winning attributes to make tickets available for the ALCS and the World Series at Fenway Park.

The only question in the pitching staff is Josh Beckett. Daisuke Matsuzaka, Jon Lester, and Tim Wakefield are ready to go. Beckett needs to improve his performance from the regular season to complete the four-man playoff rotation. The bullpen is solid so that any late lead will not be squandered. The tickets to the championship are safe in the hands of Jonathan Papelbon.

The Boston Red Sox are looking forward to the 2012 MLB season. They may no longer have Terry Francona on the bench or Theo Epstein wheeling and dealing upstairs. Soon they may even be without the services of Big Papi. Yet, Red Sox tickets to Fenway Park are still the most treasured pieces of paper in Boston. This season the team must avoid missing the playoffs a third consecutive time, lest they want to begin fueling premature talk of another barren age. The fans are well aware of this impending possibility and will be rabidly attentive in the stands, cheering the team toward victory and jeering hated rivals like the Yankees and now Rays.

Playoff tickets are also safe in the hands of the Ticket Specialists. The ticket broker has plenty of affordable seats in its massive inventory for the postseason schedule. Nearly all areas on the seating chart are available, but the tickets will go fast, so fans better hurry up and secure their tickets with the Ticket Specialists if they want to see the October games live.

Boston was one game from making its second incredible comeback in the ALCS in recent memory. The Red Sox could have been the team in the World Series, but the Rays would not go down, until they played the Phillies. The team has remained largely in tact. Apart from a play at Mark Teixeira, nothing much has been happening at Fenway Park this winter.

The rotation should still be stellar with Daisuke Matsuzaka as the ace and help from Josh Becket, Jon Lester, and Tim Wakefield. Jason Bay is the replacement for Manny Ramirez and though he may not hit as many home runs or hit .300, he will provide power at the plate and contribute to a much less combustible locker room.

Fans with Red Sox tickets will surely be happy that the lineup includes players like Kevin Youkilis, AL MVP Dustin Pedroia, Mike Lowell, Jacoby Ellsbury, and David Ortiz. Jonathan Papelbon will still be closing game. Basically, the Boston Red Sox have another very good shot at the World Series.

The starting pitching is comprised of Josh Beckett, Jon Lester, Felix Doubront, Frank Morales, and Aaron Cook with Clay Buchholz, Daisuke Matsuzaka, and Daniel Bard on the disabled list. Anyone who has spent any time in the rotation is underwhelming. Beckett, Lester and Doubront do have 28 quality starts in 49 games. These three need to increase the ratio of quality starts in these three front line starters. Then, a fourth starter has to with be imported via a trade or if one of these other pitchers is able to step up and give Manager Bobby Valentine a consistent chance to win.

Boston does have a bullpen worth bragging about. Scott Atchison, Matt Albers, Andrew Miller, and Vicente Padilla have been called upon to set up Alfredo Aceves for the save. Alfredo has 19 saves in 23 games along with a 4.33 ERA and 1.19 WHIP with an 8.45 WHIP. These are not great number once again, so the GM might be looking for a closer as well.

The Boston Red Sox’s offense has the second ranked run producer with the sixth-best batting average, eighth-best OBP, and the fourth-best slugging percentage. With Kevin Youkilis gone to the White Sox, there is one blast from the past that is leading the batting order. Designated hitter David Ortiz is hitting a team-best .312 with a team-best OBP .406, a team-best .607 slugging percentage, and a team leading 22 homeruns. First baseman Adrian Gonzalez has never quite lived up to his expectations after being acquired two winters ago. Gonzalez is hitting a mere .283 with a low .329 and only 6 homeruns. Catcher Jarrod Saltalamcchia is aiding with 17 homeruns in 68 games with a very low batting average and OBP. Right fielder Cody Ross is kicking in with 13 homeruns and an equally troubling batting average. Ross can at least figure out how to take a pitch, which is why his .264 batting average is balanced with a .345 OBP.

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Yankee Stadium
Bronx, NY
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Fenway Park
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Tue TBA
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Saint Petersburg, FL
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Years of pain and suffering by the Boston faithful ended one October in 2004 when the Red Sox completed a playoff run that seemed destined to be. Before that post season 86 well-documented years of pain and suffering left the team in the shadows of the New York Yankees. That season erased those decades of futility with playoff tickets to an ALCS that saw the mighty Bronx Bombers fail to close out the series after going up 3-0.

The Boston Red Sox emerged from an 86 year funk with a World Series victory in 2004 and have proven that the team is finished with their losing ways with a World Series sweep in 2007. 2008 could bring another championship to Fenway, don't miss it!

The folk lore of the Curse of the Bambino, the costly error by Bill Buckner that swung the momentum in the 1986 World Series against the New York Mets, the inability to close their own series against the Big Red Machine in 1975, and the wasted years of greatness by Ted Williams finally came to an abrupt end that season. Red Sox playoff tickets no longer would be forewarned by fans waiting for the slightest change in the wind to knock their hopes down.

The team could return to an era of greatness that Boston once knew, before the live ball era. Then the Red Sox were the evil empire, the Red Sox won five World Series titles and six American League pennants in 20 years. Then the city looked forward to the postseason and confidently bought its playoff tickets.

The Red Sox have been playing at Fenway Park since 1912, since before the curse of the Bambino. The club has had seasons of greatness and heartache, but the Boston faithful have always returned to the legendary ballpark and its towering Green Monster. The Red Sox have seen the greats players like Carl Yastrzemski, Ted Williams, and Bobby Doerr patrol the field. Fans of this generation have been able to see the Red Sox end the curse in 2004 and capture the team's first World Series since 1918.

Red Sox's GM Theo Epstein has acquired the major league contract with Japanese superstar pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka. It was one of his first major steps towards forming the team for 2007 season. It was also announced that Jonathan Papelbon would be the starter for this season. Papelbon was sidelined during his rookie season to give rest to his injured arm. Then there is the addition of Keith Foulke, the star of World Series 2004. The other additions to the team are Hideki Okajima, the Japanese lefty reliever formerly of the Yomiuri Giants and lefty J.C. Romero from Puerto Rica. Also included in the team are Joel Pineiro, reliever who has signed a 1 year contract with Red Sox. Runelvys Hernandez relief pitcher, Joe McEwing infielder and Kerry Robinson outfielder has also signed minor league contract with the team. Alex Gonzalez has been replaced by Julio Lugo; Mark Loretta was replaced by Houston. Some other players are yet to be declared. The hot favorites of Redsox.com are Joel Piñeiro, Brendan Donnelly, Devern Hansack, J.C. Romero, Craig Hansen, Manny Delcarmen, Mike Timlin and Julian Tavarez, while on the other hand Jonathon Papelbon, the starter of the team will be resuming his role as closer. In a recent match held on March, 7 Red Sox defeated MET scoring 9 on a grand slam as against 5 of MET.

That time has come again and this year the Red Sox look to add a third World Series to their resume in the 21st century. This year Kevin Youklis, has been the cornerstone for the offense, David Ortiz has been healing for the playoffs, Jacoby Ellsbury has been a pest on the base path, and J.D. Drew has rejuvenated his career. This post season they will need to continue those winning attributes to make tickets available for the ALCS and the World Series at Fenway Park.

The only question in the pitching staff is Josh Beckett. Daisuke Matsuzaka, Jon Lester, and Tim Wakefield are ready to go. Beckett needs to improve his performance from the regular season to complete the four-man playoff rotation. The bullpen is solid so that any late lead will not be squandered. The tickets to the championship are safe in the hands of Jonathan Papelbon.

The Boston Red Sox are looking forward to the 2012 MLB season. They may no longer have Terry Francona on the bench or Theo Epstein wheeling and dealing upstairs. Soon they may even be without the services of Big Papi. Yet, Red Sox tickets to Fenway Park are still the most treasured pieces of paper in Boston. This season the team must avoid missing the playoffs a third consecutive time, lest they want to begin fueling premature talk of another barren age. The fans are well aware of this impending possibility and will be rabidly attentive in the stands, cheering the team toward victory and jeering hated rivals like the Yankees and now Rays.

Playoff tickets are also safe in the hands of the Ticket Specialists. The ticket broker has plenty of affordable seats in its massive inventory for the postseason schedule. Nearly all areas on the seating chart are available, but the tickets will go fast, so fans better hurry up and secure their tickets with the Ticket Specialists if they want to see the October games live.

Boston was one game from making its second incredible comeback in the ALCS in recent memory. The Red Sox could have been the team in the World Series, but the Rays would not go down, until they played the Phillies. The team has remained largely in tact. Apart from a play at Mark Teixeira, nothing much has been happening at Fenway Park this winter.

The rotation should still be stellar with Daisuke Matsuzaka as the ace and help from Josh Becket, Jon Lester, and Tim Wakefield. Jason Bay is the replacement for Manny Ramirez and though he may not hit as many home runs or hit .300, he will provide power at the plate and contribute to a much less combustible locker room.

Fans with Red Sox tickets will surely be happy that the lineup includes players like Kevin Youkilis, AL MVP Dustin Pedroia, Mike Lowell, Jacoby Ellsbury, and David Ortiz. Jonathan Papelbon will still be closing game. Basically, the Boston Red Sox have another very good shot at the World Series.

The starting pitching is comprised of Josh Beckett, Jon Lester, Felix Doubront, Frank Morales, and Aaron Cook with Clay Buchholz, Daisuke Matsuzaka, and Daniel Bard on the disabled list. Anyone who has spent any time in the rotation is underwhelming. Beckett, Lester and Doubront do have 28 quality starts in 49 games. These three need to increase the ratio of quality starts in these three front line starters. Then, a fourth starter has to with be imported via a trade or if one of these other pitchers is able to step up and give Manager Bobby Valentine a consistent chance to win.

Boston does have a bullpen worth bragging about. Scott Atchison, Matt Albers, Andrew Miller, and Vicente Padilla have been called upon to set up Alfredo Aceves for the save. Alfredo has 19 saves in 23 games along with a 4.33 ERA and 1.19 WHIP with an 8.45 WHIP. These are not great number once again, so the GM might be looking for a closer as well.

The Boston Red Sox’s offense has the second ranked run producer with the sixth-best batting average, eighth-best OBP, and the fourth-best slugging percentage. With Kevin Youkilis gone to the White Sox, there is one blast from the past that is leading the batting order. Designated hitter David Ortiz is hitting a team-best .312 with a team-best OBP .406, a team-best .607 slugging percentage, and a team leading 22 homeruns. First baseman Adrian Gonzalez has never quite lived up to his expectations after being acquired two winters ago. Gonzalez is hitting a mere .283 with a low .329 and only 6 homeruns. Catcher Jarrod Saltalamcchia is aiding with 17 homeruns in 68 games with a very low batting average and OBP. Right fielder Cody Ross is kicking in with 13 homeruns and an equally troubling batting average. Ross can at least figure out how to take a pitch, which is why his .264 batting average is balanced with a .345 OBP.

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