Boston Area Tickets
Spring is a special time in Boston and the entire New England area. But itís not the warmer weather or the blooming flowers that get sports fans excited, it is Boston Red Sox baseball tickets of course. And Red Sox Nation is even more excited than usual for the 2007 Red Sox schedule because Manny Ramirez actually reported to spring training on time and management has poured a lot of money into this team. With a lineup featuring Ramirez, perennial MVP candidate David Ortiz and newcomer J.D. Drew, the Sox are going to put some runs on the scoreboard. Itís worth getting Red Sox tickets just to see this offense in action.
And unless youíve been living under a rock, you know thereís a new pitcher in Beantown that is sure to make Red Sox baseball tickets red hot this season. You might not be able to pronounce Daisuke Matsuzaka (feel free to call him Dice-K), but you will definitely want to have Fenway Park tickets when the Japanese phenom takes the mound. And when he goes up against the hated New York Yankees, itís going to be a playoff-like atmosphere. Plus we canít forget about the rest of the Red Sox pitching staff including Josh Beckett, Matt Clement, Tim Wakefield, Jonathan Papelbon and Curt Schilling. Yankees-Red Sox tickets are always in demand, and that will certainly be the case this year as it appears both teams are capable of punching their tickets for the World Series.
Even though Red Sox tickets rule the town, thereís still room on the Boston sports scene for New England Patriots football tickets and Boston Celtics basketball tickets. The Pats, led by Tom Brady, have been the closest thing to a dynasty in the NFL in recent years with three Super Bowl championships since 2001. And while the last of the Celticsí 16 NBA titles came in 1986, if they can get some help through the NBA Draft from Greg Oden or Kevin Durant then Celtics tickets will be hot again. So order your Red Sox tickets, Pats tickets and Celtics tickets and get ready to cheer Boston on to a few more titles.