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Fan Appreciation Month September 17, 2014:
Fan Appreciation Month

One final 6 game homestand. Hard to believe it, but after this weekend's series in Baltimore, that's all that's left of the 2014 season.

And despite the early ending this year, we know that for you, our Red Sox faithful, this season has perhaps felt a little longer than most. But through thick and thin, you've continued to support us all year long.

Although we're always thankful for that support, we in the front office are all the more appreciative during a tough season like this. So to help say thanks, we've made September Fan Appreciation Month at Fenway. Here are just some of the things we'll have going on:

  • Fans in attendance for the final homestand will be the first to receive 2015 Red Sox pocket schedules (with game times).
  • Check-in with the MLB.com At the Ballpark app and unlock special offers and opportunities throughout the final homestand.
  • On September 23 and 25, we'll be presenting 9 different giveaways to select fans throughout the game, including some bobbles and prizes from Dunkin Donuts, Aramark, and other partners.
  • Before the game on Thursday, September 25, several players will be at selected gates from 5:45-6:15pm to greet fans entering the park.
  • Fans who attend the game on Wednesday, September 24, will get the chance to take photos with Red Sox players on the field before the game (5:20-6pm).

So if you're coming to Fenway next homestand, be sure to take advantage of these opportunities when you can. And if you don't have tickets yet, remember that this is the last chance to check out some of the new and upcoming talent before next season. Seriously, what are you waiting for, THIS IS THE LAST HOMESTAND!!!

Sorry, lost my composure there for a second. Just cherish the last few days of baseball while you can.

Sincerely,
– "The Front Office Insider"