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This Sept. 28 matchup at Fenway Park between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees marks the final game of the regular season for both teams, as well as Derek Jeter, who revealed plans to retire at the conclusion of the 2014 season. Make sure to reserve seats early for this contest, which could very well impact the AL East standings just days before the start of the postseason.
Fenway Park Seating Information
Review the Fenway Park seating map on this page for the full spectrum of tickets available for Red Sox-Yankees on Sept. 28. For those that desire seating in close proximity to the playing field, check out the Field Boxes all along the first and third base lines. From there, other Fenway seating includes Loge Boxes, Grandstand, and Pavilion Box. In the outfield, the Bleachers comprise Sections 34-43. There also is seating available at the top of the Green Monster in left field. For a high profile game like Red Sox vs Yankees, suites, club passes, and standing room only may be offered as well for the Sept. 28 contest.
Fenway Park General Information
Guests are not permitted to bring inside any noisemakers, outside food and beverages, flags, or large bags. Glass containers and hard-sided coolers are also prohibited. Alcohol is not sold after the 7th inning, and you must provide proper identification for the purchase of alcohol. Cameras and video cameras are generally permitted, but must be for personal use only.
Fenway Park Parking and Transportation Information
Parking in and around Fenway is very limited, so fans are strongly encouraged to use public transportation. The ballpark is accessible by bus, T subway line, and Commuter Rail. Check route schedules on game day for more up-to-date information and be sure to plan accordingly as travel to this particular Red Sox-Yankees game may be heavier than usual.
Fenway Park Gate Times
Fenway Park gates typically open 90 minutes before the first pitch. This is subject to change.