The Boston Red Sox announced on Wednesday that all ticket prices for the upcoming 2012 regular season at Fenway Park will be held at 2011 levels. This marks the second time in four years the organization has decided to maintain prices, also holding every ticket and standing room price for the 2009 season.
“The decision to hold ticket prices next season is just one of many ways we hope to show our gratitude to Red Sox Nation in 2012 for the unfailing support they have shown at the ballpark, and for their faith in the Red Sox,” said President/CEO Larry Lucchino. “We are constantly impressed by our fans’ love of the game and our franchise, and we hope to see them fill up Fenway Park next year as we celebrate the ballpark’s special 100th anniversary season.”
It’s no surprise that the Red Sox froze their prices after last season’s 7-20 September collapse. The team is hoping to acquire a new manager within the next couple of weeks, set to interview Detroit Tigers third base coach Gene Lamont, Indians bench coach Sandy Alomar Jr. and Toronto Blue Jays first base coach Torey Lovullo. Check back for more Boston Red Sox offseason updates.