Here are the results of the Boston Red Sox the last three seasons: Last place in AL East, World Series champions, Last place in AL East.
They may not be good enough to win a title this year, but they will most likely not finish in last place again, either, after the team revamped their roster in preparation for this upcoming season.
The Red Sox brought in the top two offensive free agents, Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez, while restocking their rotation with Justin Masterson, Wade Miley and Rick Porcello. There’s been a lot of turnover, but in just one offseason the Red Sox have gone from pretenders to contenders.
It all begins during the 2015 Spring Training season, which is just around the corner.
The majority of the Red Sox Spring Training games are played at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers, Florida. Boston Red Sox tickets are available at ScoreBig.com for all Spring Trainings games. The highest average ticket price for a game at JetBlue Park is against their longtime division rival, the New York Yankees on March 13th, where the average ticket price is $154 with a get-in price of $56.
The next highest average ticket prices includes games against the Philadelphia Phillies on March 22nd and against the St. Louis Cardinals on March 23rd. The average ticket price for the Phillies game is $124 with a get-in price of $18, and the average ticket price for the Cardinals game is $118 with a get-in price of $38.
Lastly, the highest average ticket price for a Boston Red Sox Spring Training game not at JetBlue Park is on March 8th against the New York Mets at Tradition Field. The average ticket price is $102.08 and the get-in price is $45.
The one thing in common with these games that are fetching the highest average ticket prices is that they involve some of the top fan bases in the sport. Red Sox Spring Training games will be heavily attended to as the team tries to gel in preparation for the 2015 regular season.