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In the penultimate game of the 2014 MLB season for both the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees, the heated AL East rivals will square off at Fenway Park on Sept. 27 in the second of a three-game stint. As one of the final contests of the regular season, a potential division race or Wild Card spot could very well be on the line, not to mention, the clash will mark one of the last guaranteed appearances by Bronx Bomber Derek Jeter, who will be retiring at the conclusion of the season.
Fenway Park Seating Information
Seating for Red Sox-Yankees at Fenway is expected to be available in every section of the ballpark for the matchup on Sept. 27. This generally includes the Field Boxes, Loge Boxes, Grandstand, and Pavilion near the infield, plus Bleachers and the Green Monster in the outfield. Ample club and suite seating also is located around the venue, but quantities available for purchase may be limited due to the popularity of the series.
Fenway Park General Information
All visitors and belongings entering Fenway Park are subject to search. Standard prohibited items include outside food and drink, noisemakers, and professional audio and video recording equipment. Personal cameras are typically allowed.
Fenway Park Parking Information
Though parking at Fenway is known to be limited, some advance parking passes may be for sale in the marketplace. Otherwise, guests are generally encouraged to either seek out parking at other private lots around the ballpark or use public transportation to get to the Yankees-Red Sox game. The MBTA Green Line usually provides access to the park via the B, C and D branches, with the nearest station at Kenmore. Several local bus routes also stop near the ballpark, including routes 1, 8 and 19.
Fenway Park Gate Times
Gates for the ballpark typically open 90 minutes prior to the scheduled start of games at Fenway. Guests can contact venue staff for more up-to-date information for the Sept. 27 Red Sox-Yankees clash.