Red Sox players will be on the field on Wednesday against the Cubs to commemorate the first game in franchise history, the team announced Tuesday.
Fans will be able to take a quick tour of the ballpark on the Red Sox website.
The tour is divided into four sections: First Pitch, Second Pitch, Third Pitch, and Fourth Pitch.
Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington said the first-pitch tour will start at 4:30 p.m.
ET, with the second-pitching section starting at 7:15 p.s.m., and the third-pitched section starting 9:15 a.m..
It’s unclear how many people will be in each section.
“The tour is just a preview of the game, and we hope it brings people together to get a better understanding of the Red Wings and our amazing fans,” Cherington wrote in a post.
A total of 16 players and 10 coaches will be there for the game. “
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A total of 16 players and 10 coaches will be there for the game.
Cherington added that the tour will include a few surprises: The first pitch will be played in front of an audience of 50,000 people, and the second pitch will feature a special guest, who will be announced later.
The team will have a special commemorative beer for each of the four pitches.
The game will also feature a variety of special events, including special merchandise giveaways, special appearances from Red Sox teammates and coaches, and an opportunity to receive a signed, numbered jersey.
Fans can watch the first pitch at 4 p.y.
PT. at Red Sox Stadium.
The second pitch starts at 7 p.d.
PT and will be shown on the scoreboard.
The third pitch will start around 7:30, and will have special announcements from players and fans from both sides of the ball.
The fourth pitch will begin around 9:30 a.t., and will feature special announcements, the Red-White game show and an autograph session from each of Red Sox and Cubs players.