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Book a trip to historic Fenway Park on Sept. 26 for the second game in Boston's regular-season ending series against the New York Yankees. This Friday night matchup will offer one of the final opportunities to catch the Red Sox before the postseason begins, and depending on how the standings shake out, the games could also potentially have major playoff implications. Additionally, as part of the final series of the regular season, this Red Sox-Yankees contest also will feature one of the final Fenway appearances by Derek Jeter, who is set to retire at the end of the year.
Fenway Park Seating Information
Get close to the action of Red Sox vs Yankees by reserving seats in one of the Field Boxes spread across the Fenway Park infield. Numerous sections of Loge Boxes also are in close proximity to the field, followed upwards by the Grandstand Infield and Outfield, private suites, and Pavilion Club and Boxes. In the outfield is of course the iconic Green Monster in left field, which is next to the Bleachers that make up the rest of the seating.
Fenway Park General Information
Keep in mind that all bags and possessions are subject to search on Sept. 14. Prohibited items include, but are not limited to, outside food and drink, large bags, noisemakers, weapons, and pets that are not service animals. The use of personal cameras is typically permitted, though re-entry and smoking are strictly prohibited inside Fenway Park.
Fenway Park Parking Information
Very limited parking may be found in privately owned garages and lots located within walking distance of the stadium. However, the use of public transportation is strongly encouraged and is generally considered a much more convenient option. Fenway Park can be accessed by subway, commuter rails, and bus lines.
Fenway Park Gate Times
Fenway Park gates generally open 90 minutes before games begin but this is subject to change for Red Sox-Yankees on Sept. 26.