BoSox Club Highlights

In Memorium ~

RIP to Carroll Hardy, an American professional athlete in who played in the National Football League for the San Francisco 49ers and in Major League Baseball for the Cleveland Indians, Boston Red Sox, Houston Colt .45s and Minnesota Twins. He died on August 9 in Highlands Ranch, Colo., from complications of dementia. He was 87 years old. Most diehard baseball fans know that Hardy had the honor of being the only player ever to have pinch-hit for Ted Williams, but few know that his pinch-hit résumé goes well beyond this claim to immortality: he was the only player to pinch-hit for Carl Yastrzemski, Williams's replacement in left field, and also pinch-hit for Roger Maris.

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Musings by Dick Flavin ~ Some Observations on the Season So Far

Musings by Dick Flavin ~ Boston Red Sox Poet Laureate, New York Times Best Selling Author and Honorary Poet Laureate of the BoSox Club, on August 12, 2020.

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BoSox Club Partners with the Great Fenway Park Writers Series for an online event on August 6!

On Aug. 6 at 7 p.m., we will be featuring "The Last Pass: Cousy, Russell, the Celtics and What Matters in the End," by best-selling author Gary Pomerantz. Over the course of 2 ½ years, Pomerantz conducted 53 interviews with basketball Hall of Famer Bob Cousy, who offered fresh insights into sports' greatest dynasty, speaking with soul-searching candor and clarity about race, family and his regrets, in addition to the hardwood exploits of those unforgettable Celtics teams. A central theme is Cousy's relationship with teammate and fellow Hall of Famer Bill Russell, and his reflections on why there was such distance between the two and whether he could have been more supportive during Russell's encounters with racism.  REGISTER at

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Highlights from the Great Fenway Park Writers Series Event on June 25, 2020

On June 25th, the Great Fenway Park Writers Series held a relaunch of their literary forums with a zoom discussion with Award-winning journalist John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle and co-author of 24: Life Stories and Lessons From the Say Hey Kid.  The New York Times best-selling book is co-authored by a man widely regarded as the greatest player in baseball history, Willie Mays.  It was the first event of the forum since the death of its founder, George Mitrovich.

Joining Shea were: Larry Lucchino, former President and CEO of the Boston Red Sox; Rachel Mitrovich, George's niece; Dick Flavin, Honorary Poet Laureate of the BoSox Club, Boston Red Sox Poet Laureate, and New York Times Best Selling author; and Julian McWilliams, who covers the Red Sox for the Boston Globe, grew up in Harlem playing Little League across the street from the Polo Grounds, and developed a lifelong passion for Mays after listening to his grandfather's many stories about the Hall of Famer.

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Ken Burns: "Baseball is a mirror of our country"

By KEN BURNS | CBS NEWS June 28, 2020

This is Ebbets Field in the Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn in New York City on April 15, 1947. It's opening day, and more than 26,000 fans have turned out to see first baseman, number 42, Jack Roosevelt Robinson, in his debut game for the Brooklyn Dodgers.


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Club Membership Benefits

When you think about it, your BoSox Club Membership might be one of the best deals you have!  For less than $100 a year, here some of the things you get:

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  • Exclusive access to Spring Training tickets and Special Events at JetBlue Park.
  • Free official Red Sox Media Guide - the same one used by Jerry Remy and Dave O'Brien.
  • Access to BoSox Club monthly luncheons (Members can bring guests), during the season, with Red Sox and visiting team current and former players and coaches. A unique way to entertain business guests, friends or family members.
  • Family Day at Fenway Park  - featuring pre-game Q&A with Sox players, plus hot dog, soda and game ticket. 
  • 10% discount at the Red Sox Team Fenway Store.
  • Chance to win one-of-a-kind Red Sox memorabilia in BoSox Club Raffles at events and our annual major raffle.
  • The satisfaction of helping the Club support important charities-like the Red Sox Foundation, Jimmy Fund other related charities.
  • Youth summer campership program that provides scholarships to area baseball and softball camps.
  • Unique BoSox Club merchandise to spoil friends, family or even yourself and celebrate your pride of being a BoSox Club member and Red Sox fan.

And, on top of all those benefits, you can be proud to say you are a member of the oldest and largest fan club in all Major League Baseball.

Join NOW and become a BoSox Club Member - it might be one of the best experiences you have! 

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"The BoSox Club has upheld the great traditions of the Boston Red Sox and our loyal fans for over 40 years."

Larry Lucchino, CEO Emeritus, Boston Red Sox

The BoSox Club, established in 1967, is recognized by the Boston Red Sox as the official fan organization supporting Boston baseball.

Membership provides "inside the park" access to active and former players from the Red Sox and visiting teams, as well as TV, radio and newspaper baseball insiders. The Club organizes a spring training trip, hosts monthly luncheons and game day barbeques at Fenway Park. In addition, the club awards the Dom DiMaggio Scholarship and the BoSox Man of the Year award.

Events and Luncheons

All BoSox Club Luncheons and Events for 2020 are cancelled


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For More Information ...

For information on memberships, luncheons and upcoming events, please contact Beth Donahue Smith at 781-449-8271 or e-mail her at

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Boston Red Sox News

Bogaerts, Betts weigh in on Machado's deal

Posted on 19 February 2019 | 7:54 pm

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Pedro, Sale wowed by E-Rod's BP outing

Posted on 19 February 2019 | 7:48 pm

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The Sox's Spring Training battle to watch

Posted on 18 February 2019 | 10:20 pm

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