The 2010 MLB regular season will soon be underway with the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees matching up Sunday, April 4th at Fenway Park. Boston has been motivated to start strong following last year’s ALDS loss to the Los Angeles Angels. With new additions that include ace pitcher John Lackey and third basemen Adrian Beltre, the Sox are again ranked among the league’s premier teams. Opening Day tickets are still on sale with prices starting at $175.
As the Red Sox look forward to their first official games of the year, the Bruins and Celtics will battle to build momentum with playoffs just around the corner. The TD Garden is set to welcome the Oklahoma City Thunder, Houston Rockets and Cleveland Cavaliers from March 31st to April 4th. The C’s have already solidified their playoff spot behind the Cavaliers and Orlando Magic. Celtics prices this week range from $35 to $85 apiece.
The Bruins are still holding on to the eight spot with hopes to clinch within the next few games. A pair of victories at home would help this week against the Buffalo Sabres and Florida Panthers. The Sabres will make their way to Boston tonight before the Panthers arrive at the Garden on Thursday. Bruins tickets are now available for just under $40.
The Boston Blazers are prepared to play host to the Orlando Titans Saturday, April 4th. The National Lacrosse League provides some of the most thrilling competition between the indoor setting with boards to the constant up tempo style of play. Check back each week for Boston sports updates and purchase your tickets right here with us at Ace!