1. 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.

2. 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.

3. 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.

4. Autographs

Snagging an autograph inside JetBlue Park isn’t the easiest task, but it’s doable. If you’re serious about grabbing your favorite player’s signature, wait for them before or after the game at the bottom of section 112 and 114 and get their attention as they make their way to or from the clubhouse. Additionally, you can usually catch Red Sox players at the practice complex before the game.

5. Green Monster

Just like at the Red Sox regular season home, you can experience a game from the Green Monster at JetBlue Park. The seats here are inside the famous wall rather than on top of it, but they still present an excellent vantage point.

6. 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.

7. The Triangle

Another Fenway Park quirk that makes its way to JetBlue Park is The Triangle. The Triangle is one of the many unique characteristics that give Fenway Park, and likewise JetBlue Park, its charm, so don’t miss it during your trip to spring training.

8. Lone Red Seat

Take a moment before the game to check out the lone red seat at JetBlue Park. The seat pays tribute to Sox great Ted Williams and the longest home run he hit in his career, so make sure to see it during your visit to JetBlue Park.

9. Red Sox History Mural

Take a look at the mural showcasing the biggest moments in Red Sox history. The pictorial is a great way to relive your favorite Sox moments, so don’t miss it when attending spring training.

10. Championship Pennants

Located on the facade of the press box are banners celebrating the Red Sox 13 American League championships and 8 World Series titles. Remember all of the Red Sox championships including the incredible 2004 World Series championship that ended the club’s 86 year drought.

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