Right Field Box Seats
The Right Field Boxes are the sections located closest to the field along the first base line. These seats begin roughly after first base and continue around the foul pole to where the bleachers and bullpens begin.
The section numbers for these types of seats include, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 (closest to the field) as well as 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96 and 97 (sections behind first set of right field boxes).
Section 1 is located right next to the visiting team's bullpen. Sections 1 through 5 are located in right field and sections 6-8 are located along the first base line. Section 5 is where the foul pole is and if you're in this section, you may have a slightly obstructed view of the field.
Right Field Boxes Fenway Park
Right field box seats are excellent seats to watch the game. The seats are almost level with the field and the foul ball area is almost non existent so there is a great chance to see some action by the right fielders. Bring a glove, you have a chance of catching a home run ball or a foul ball.
The right field box seats are not covered by another section so on sunny days at Fenway Park, it's a good idea to bring sunscreen. On rainy days, you will also be exposed to the rain.
Fans in sections next to the foul pole will be able to admire Pesky's Pole, made famous by Red Sox legend, the late Johnny Pesky. Fans often times write their name or message on the foul pole as high up as anyone can reach without being climbing or being noticed by security. Although Fenway Ticket King does not condone graffiti, it is a part of the tradition in these sections of Fenway Park.
About Red Sox Right Field Boxes
Because of the awkward shape of the field and the lack of foul ball territory, this area of the field is usually responsible for triples and in-the-park home runs. If hit right, the ball will sale past the first baseman, staying in fair territory, taking a few bounces and then using the curve of the wall to roll past the fumbling right fielder. If the ball gets around the fielder, the base runner has usually rounded second base by this time and depending on speed and fatigue, can usually hit third base easily or make the corner to home plate. A truly amazing feat to see!
This area of the ballpark is also frequented by ground-rule doubles, meaning that the ball is hit into play, bounces on the field and into the stands.
Patrons with Right Field Box tickets should use Gate B which is located at the Van Ness Street and Ipswitch Street intersection. A will call office is located at this gate and once you enter Fenway Park through this gate, the concourse will lead you to the right field boxes (straight ahead). The boxes are located on the lower level so you will go down the stairs depending on your section and row number. Right field boxes are most similar to field boxes and loge box seats.
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