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Experience this classic Red Sox-Yankees battle live inside historic Fenway Park on Aug. 3. The clash will mark the final contest in a three-game series, the first between the AL East rivals since June. Set to take place during primetime, the matchup will be the last in Boston versus New York until the team's regular-season concluding homestand at the end of September.
Fenway Park Seating Information
For Yankees-Red Sox at Fenway Park on Aug. 3, there is a diverse range of seating options available. Field boxes 20-36 are directly behind the infield, spanning from first base to home plate, while Field boxes 40-69 extend from behind home plate to behind left field. Right Field Boxes 1-6 are directly behind right field and Right Field Boxes 7-8 are behind the foul line. Bleacher sections 36-43 are behind right and center field, and Green Monster seats are behind left center field. Loge box sections 107-155 are directly behind the field boxes, with Sections 126-134 located closest to home plate. Grandstand Infield Sections 11-31 are behind the Loge, and Sections 32-33 behind left field are designated as alcohol free. Grandstand Outfield Sections 1-10 are behind the right field boxes. Odd numbered Pavilion Boxes are high above the first base area, while even numbered Pavilion Boxes are above the third base area.
Fenway Park General Information
All guests and bags are subject to search upon entering Fenway Park. Items such as cans, glass containers, hard coolers, weapons, noisemakers, and professional recording equipment are prohibited. Personal cameras are generally permitted.
Fenway Park Parking Information
While there are numerous parking garages in the vicinity of Fenway Park, guests are generally advised to use public transportation to get to the game as the area typically becomes congested on game days.
Fenway Park Gate Times
Fenway Park usually opens 90 minutes before the first pitch, though this may change for Yankees-Red Sox, which will be taking place in primetime on Aug. 3.