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What To Do On The Final Weekend Before Red Sox Baseball Begins

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As a die-hard Red Sox fan, the final weekend before baseball season begins is always an exciting time for me. But with one last weekend to kill before Opening Day, I find myself wondering what to do to occupy my time. From exploring the city’s historic sites and indulging in some local cuisine, to catching a few movies and spending time with friends and family, there are plenty of activities to keep me busy. Here are a few ideas for anyone looking to make the most of their final weekend before Red Sox baseball begins.

What To Do On The Final Weekend Before Red Sox Baseball Begins

The start of the baseball season is upon us once again, and Red Sox fans everywhere are gearing up for the first pitch. While many people’s plans revolve around watching the games and supporting their favorite team, there are plenty of activities that can make the final weekend before the season begins even more enjoyable. Whether you’re a seasoned baseball fan or just looking to have some fun, here are some ideas to make the most of the final weekend before Red Sox baseball begins.

Go to a Preseason Game

One of the best ways to get yourself pumped up for the start of the season is to attend a preseason game. Not only do you get to experience the excitement of being at the ballpark, but you’ll also get to see the team in action and get a feel for how they’re shaping up for the upcoming season. Preseason games can also be a great opportunity to test out new gear or gear up in your favorite Red Sox apparel. This can be especially important if you’re planning on attending a game later in the season, as many of the popular items can sell out quickly.

Host a Tailgate Party

Another great way to celebrate the start of the season is to host a tailgate party. Grab your friends and family, and head to Fenway Park to tailgate before the game. You can grill up some burgers and hot dogs, catch up with old friends and meet new ones, and enjoy the atmosphere of being at the ballpark without actually having to go inside. Alternatively, you can host a tailgate party in your own backyard or at a local park. Bring some portable grills, chairs, and your favorite beverages and snacks, and you’ll be all set for a fun-filled day.

Visit a Local Bar or Restaurant

If you don’t feel like hosting your own party but still want to be around other Red Sox fans, consider visiting a local bar or restaurant that will be showing the game. Many establishments will have specials or promotions going on for the season opener, so be sure to check around for the best deals. You can also make a day out of it and visit multiple locations throughout the city.

Explore the City

Even if you’re not a baseball fan, the city of Boston has a lot to offer. From historical landmarks to outdoor activities, there’s something for everyone. Take a stroll through Boston Common, the oldest public park in the country, or explore the Boston Public Library, which is home to over two million books and manuscripts. You can also check out the city’s numerous museums, such as the Museum of Fine Arts or the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Whatever your interests may be, there’s plenty to see and do in Boston.

Get Some Exercise

If you’re looking to get some exercise before the season starts, consider taking a walk or jog along the Charles River Esplanade. This scenic route offers stunning views of the city skyline and is a popular spot for runners and cyclists alike. Alternatively, you can head to one of Boston’s many parks, such as the Boston Common or the Rose Kennedy Greenway, for a relaxing walk or picnic.

Catch Up on Your Reading

For those who prefer a more quiet and relaxing way to spend their time, consider picking up a book about the Red Sox. There are countless books available that detail the team’s history, players, and their biggest moments. You can also check out some of the latest publications to learn more about the upcoming season and what to expect from the team. Reading can provide a great way to relax and unwind, all while preparing for the start of the season.

Final Thoughts

The final weekend before Red Sox baseball begins is an exciting time for fans in Boston and around the world. Whether you choose to attend a preseason game, host a tailgate party, visit a local bar or restaurant, explore the city, get some exercise, or catch up on your reading, there are plenty of ways to make the most of this thrilling time. Remember to gear up in your favorite Red Sox apparel, and enjoy the start of another unforgettable season.


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