PLAYERS TO REPORT FOR TRAINING BY JULY 1st AHEAD OF BASEBALL'S JULY 23rd-24th OPENERS
MLB PLANS TO SCHEDULE 60-GAME REGULAR SEASON
Commissioner of Baseball Robert D. Manfred, Jr. announced today that Major League Baseball anticipates beginning its 2020 regular season approximately one month from today, on July 23rd or July 24th.
All tickets previously purchased for the 2020 season will no longer be valid. The Red Sox are offering ticket holders the opportunity for refunds or credits for all originally scheduled 2020 games at Fenway Park.
Fans who purchased individual game tickets directly from the Red Sox will have two options:
- Receive a full refund
- Receive a credit to their account which can be used during the 2021 season.
Season Ticket Holders will have the option of receiving a credit towards 2021 season ticket renewals or additional single game tickets in 2021. Those Season Ticket Holders who choose a credit will receive a 10% bonus credit incremental to the total dollar amount of their season ticket for the 2020 season.
For additional details, Season Ticket Holders can call their season ticket account executive and all other fans can call the Red Sox ticket office at (877) RED-SOX9.
When will the regular season start?
The regular season is set to start on July 23 or 24.
How will the schedule be adjusted for the 2020 season?
A new, 60-game 2020 regular season schedule will start on July 23 or 24. To mitigate travel, the Red Sox will only face teams in the American and National League East.
I have tickets to impacted games. What should I do?
All tickets previously purchased for the 2020 season will no longer be valid. Patrons who purchased tickets directly from the Red Sox have been given the option of either a refund or an account credit.
Are Fenway Park Tours still available?
All tours for both Fenway Park and JetBlue Park have been suspended indefinitely.