The 2019 Boston Red Sox are the favorites to win the World Series once again. To do it, fans will see the Red Sox vs. Yankees rivalry hotter than ever. Both teams enter 2019 are division contenders and every game between Boston and New York will have a big impact down the stretch. It’s hard to find something wrong with the Red Sox starting lineup. J.D. Martinez has cemented himself as one of baseball’s all-around best hitters. Last season’s American League MVP, Mookie Betts, has the potential to be even better than a year ago. The Red Sox can expect even better seasons from some their future stars like Andrew Benintendi and Rafael Devers. The Sox have potential all-stars at nearly every position like players Dustin Pedroia, Xander Bogaerts and Jackie Bradley Jr.
Manager Alex Cora knows the team can’t win on bats alone, so he has two aces leading the Red Sox pitching staff. David Price and Chris Sale are arguable the best 1-2 punch in baseball. The rotation fills out with Rick Porcello, Nathan Eovaldi and Eduardo Rodriguez.
Fenway Park will be filled with 2018 World Series celebrations this year but there’s also a great chance for fans to watch the Red Sox go back-to-back World Series Champions in 2019. Fenway Park is not just one of baseball’s most legendary venues, it’s one of the most iconic sites in all of sports. The Green Monster in left field is as much of a staple in baseball as Pesky Pole in right field. Watching the Red Sox from a luxury suite is going to offer fans a VIP experience at Fenway. Legends Suites are going to accommodate 22 – 26 guests. Red Sox suite prices could range from $8,000 - $12,000 on average, with games versus the Yankees exceeding that. Red Sox suites will feature balcony seating, a climate-controlled environment, HDTVs and a suite attendant. Fenway Park catering staff will make sure your suite is fully stocked with your favorite food and drinks prior to your arrival on gameday.