• Red Sox's record 820-game sellout run ends

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Apr 11, 2013
    The Red Sox's 10-year sellout streak, which never actually existed, was finally dispatched with a press box announcement. Pretty remarkable numbers, and a record the Red Sox organization and their fans should be proud of. And it appears they are. The 794 game sellout streak at Fenway Park 820 when postseason games are included ended on Wednesday night as the team's second home game against the Baltimore Orioles which they dropped 8-5 drew an announced crowd of 30,862. Middlebrooks said he's been in awe at the passion and support from fans in Boston, but odd stories like his are a product of packing 33,000-plus people into Fenway Park for every home game over the last nine-plus years.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Red Sox's "Sellout" "Streak" "Ends"

      The Red Sox's 10-year sellout streak, which never actually existed, was finally dispatched with a press box announcement. Over the loudspeaker came the number: 30,862. And that was it. It was the sound of the streak getting a bullet behind the ear in so…

Related Articles

Related Teams

Red Sox News and Rumors
Orioles News and Rumors