The excitement of attending Red Sox spring training starts well before first pitch. If you want to enjoy Sox spring training to the fullest, then make sure to get to Fenway South early and catch the team practicing. Practices are open to the public and start at 9:30 am, so get here early to get unparalleled access to all your favorite Sox players.

Additionally, when arriving at the ballpark early, you’ll want to take the opportunity to see the Ted Williams statue and the retired numbers outside the ballpark. Both exhibits pay tribute to the best players in Sox history and present fun photo ops, making them both must-see parts of spring training.

Finally, no trip to Fenway South is complete without taking some time to enjoy the atmosphere found on Fenway South Drive. The party atmosphere here mimics what you’ll find on Yawkey Way, and as a result, Fenway South Drive is the best place to hang out before the game starts. Grab some grub and souvenirs on Fenway South Drive before heading into the ballpark to watch your Sox tune-up before the season.

You’ll want to arrive at the ballpark early when attending a Red Sox spring training game as there is a ton to see and do outside the stadium.


Red Sox Practices

Catch Red Sox practices at the practice fields at Fenway South. Practices open to the public at 9:30 am, so arrive early and watch your favorite Red Sox gear up for the season.

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Fenway South Drive

At the Red Sox spring training home, you’ll find the Yawkey Way pregame experience on Fenway South Drive. The street festival atmosphere on Fenway South Drive is one of the best parts of pregaming at JetBlue Park, so get here early to enjoy Fenway South Drive.

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Ted Williams Statue

Don’t miss seeing the statue of the Splendid Splinter outside JetBlue Park. The statue came over from the Red Sox previous spring training home and presents an excellent photo op for any Red Sox fan.

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Retired Numbers

Stop by the plaza between Gates C and D, to see all of the Red Sox retired numbers. The five and a half foot tall numbers celebrate the greatest players in Sox history including Williams, Yaz, Fisk, Cronin, Pedro, and more.

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Where to tailgate

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