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Boston Red Sox Postseason History
The Major League Baseball postseason is remembered for all of the iconic moments that it produces. And any Boston Red Sox fan can tell you that their team has produced many of those moments that have made the playoffs so special. With great talent suiting up for the Sox in October, the team has enjoyed plenty of success in the playoffs over the years.
What may be the most incredible moment in Red Sox postseason history wasn’t one individual play, but rather an entire round of games. In 2004, the Red Sox fell behind the New York Yankees 3-0 in the American League Championship Series. At the time, no team had ever come back from being down three games in a best-of-seven series to advance. But the Red Sox found a way to get it done.
Boston had been defeated 19-8 in the third game of the series to fall behind by three games in the series, which prompted many to declare the series over then and there. But Boston won their next two games in extra innings, with each of those games going over five hours long. In games six and seven in Yankee Stadium, the Sox rode the wave of momentum they formed by winning those extra inning games to make it past the Yankees and move to the World Series, which Boston won for the first time since 1918.
That Boston team featured players like Curt Schilling, David Ortiz, and Johnny Damon, and embodied Boston’s spirit and refusal as a city to give up in the face of adversity. And with talented hitters like Manny Ramirez and Mike Lowell there during that era, the team had the talent to match their heart.
Of course, given the rivalry between the Red Sox and the Yankees in American League East play, it is no surprise that the two teams are heated rivals when the postseason rolls around as well. Boston and New York have combined for many key playoff battles, with the winner often going on to represent the American League in the World Series.
Frequently Asked Questions About Boston Red Sox Playoff Tickets and Event Information
When do Boston Red Sox playoff tickets go on sale?
Red Sox playoff tickets usually go on sale when the team clinches a playoff spot, or is close to that point. In many cases this will happen in September, or even early October, but could happen earlier based on the team’s performance throughout the regular season.
How much are Boston Red Sox playoff tickets?
Red Sox playoff ticket prices on the secondary market can vary depending on a number of factors. Typically, Red Sox playoff tickets can be found for as low as $121.00, with an average price of $201.00.
How to get cheap Boston Red Sox playoff tickets?
If you’re looking for cheap Red Sox playoff tickets, tickets can be found for as low as $121.00. Additionally, once you click on your preferred event date, use the “sort by price” button located in the top left hand corner of the event page to sort all available Red Sox playoff tickets by cheapest tickets available.
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