In addition, the Boston Red Sox will provide access to their "Red Sox Virtual Reality" which will be set-up in one of the McCoy suites. The Virtual Reality offers viewers a 360 degree look around Fenway Park, giving fans the experience that they are standing on the field with the players, at batting practice, in the dugout, and other fun Fenway experiences.
Remy has served as the Red Sox color analyst on NESN since 1988, announcing well over 3,000 Red Sox games during his career. He was elected to the Red Sox Hall of Fame in 2006 for his playing and broadcasting accomplishments. A native of Somerset, MA, Jerry was an infielder for 10 years in the majors with the Angels (1975-77) and Red Sox (1978-84).
Gedman has been the PawSox hitting coach for the past three seasons. A Worcester, MA native, "Geddy" played for Boston for 11 seasons from 1980-1990 and is 4th in Red Sox history with 858 games caught behind only Jason Varitek, Carlton Fisk, and Sammy Walton. Rich has coached in the Red Sox system for the past seven seasons.
The Holiday Party at McCoy will also feature a number of popular attractions again this December. Fans will be greeted at the Main Gate by Paws, Sox, and Red Sox mascot Wally before traversing a special "behind-the-scenes" path throughout the ballpark. As they tour the decorated "Hall of History" and peruse the memorabilia along the walls, fans will be able to enter several "workshops" in the suites to indulge in various activities and refreshments. Carolers from Pawtucket's Jacqueline M. Walsh School for the Performing and Visual Arts will provide musical entertainment.
Youngsters are also invited to take Batting Practice inside the home batting tunnel, which has been transformed into a Fenway Park-like Wiffle Ball field. Weather-permitting, folks can wander out from the PawSox Clubhouse to the home team dugout and to the field, where they will be greeted by a large Christmas Tree at home plate. Families are welcome to take photos around the tree.
Fans can then walk through the Visitors' Dugout and head in to the Visiting Clubhouse, which will be stocked with food and drink, including traditional ballpark fare and other refreshments.
Attendees can purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win a field-level suite for a PawSox game in April of 2018. Proceeds will benefit the PawSox/Skeffington Charitable Foundation.
Fans are encouraged to donate a new, unwrapped toy for a child to be placed in the Toys for Tots box inside the main entrance gate. Gifts will support the United States Marine Corps Toys for Tots Program.
SPECIAL PAWSOX TICKET PACKAGES GO ON SALE DECEMBER 2nd
Fans will have the chance to purchase special PawSox Ticket Packages which will go on sale for the first time at the PawSox Enchanted Village on Saturday, December 2 from 11 am - 2 pm. Tickets will be available either at the McCoy Box Office, online at pawsox.com, or by calling (401) 724-7300.
The 3-game Star Wars Plan is priced at $43 for Field Box Seats and $40 for Reserved Seats and includes the following games:
June 9th Star Wars Night
July 3rd Patriotic Fireworks
August 4th Super Heroes Night
The 7-game Fireworks Plan is priced at $90 for Field Box Seats and $85 for Reserved Seats and includes the following games:
May 26th Patriotic Fireworks
June 9th Star Wars Fireworks
June 23rd Beatles Fireworks
July 2nd Patriotic Fireworks
July 14th Jimmy Buffett Fireworks
August 4th Super Heroes Fireworks
August 18th Bruce Springsteen Fireworks
As an added bonus, all tickets in these packages, all Mini Plans (3-game, 7-game, 18-game, and 35-game), and all Full Season Tickets will be loaded with $2 of FREE ballpark credit for fans to use at the McCoy concession stands and team store. Fans will be guaranteed the same great seat for each game in their package. These ticket packages will go on sale starting December 2 and remain on sale while supplies last.
Group, flex, and other packages, including all the teams' popular "PawSox Mini-Plans" are currently available for fans. Individual game PawSox tickets will go on sale after the new year. All ticket prices will remain the same as last year with Field box seats at $14, Reserved seats at $13, and General Admission are $9 for adults and $6 for children (aged 12 & under) and senior citizens (aged 62 & over).