“As the Official Booster Club of the Red Sox, the BoSox Club offers a unique opportunity for Red Sox fans to combine their passion for baseball with their support for the community..”

Sam Kennedy, President & CEO, 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 the annual Family Day at Fenway Park. In addition, the club awards the Dom DiMaggio Scholarship and the BoSox Man of the Year award, recognizes amateur baseball/softball champions across New England and donates to the Red Sox Foundation and the Jimmy Fund and more.

BoSox Club Highlights

2024 Events & Luncheons

September Luncheon Prices

Tickets will be on sale in August!

Member price:  $ 45.00
(plus $4 Paypal service charge = $ 49)

Guest price: $ 48.00
(plus $ 4  Paypal service charge = $ 52)

Child price: $ 21.00
(plus $ 4.00 Paypal service charge = $ 25)

 Join, Renew Your Membership or give your favorite fan the Gift of Membership for 2024!

Join the Club or renew your membership for 2024 now!  Give a gift of membership to other fans!  

2024 Family Day Tuesday August 13th

Ticket request and information now available

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See Highlights of Family Day 2023:     Click here


Wally and Tessie stopped by our April Luncheon!

Welcome to the 2024 Season of the BoSox Club – Our 57th Year!

The BoSox Club held its April luncheon at the Dedham Hilton.    
Orlando Cabrera, 2004 WS Champ joined President Debbie Courteau.
© 2024 Photo by Cindy M. Loo/The Boston Red Sox



Congratulations to Joe Castiglione

Joe Castiglione – 2024 Ford C. Frick  Hall of Fame Recipient 

Joe will be our July Fenway Luncheon Emcee!  Come congratulate Joe on his election to the National Baseball Hall of Fame!

Joe Castiglione, who has called Red Sox games on the radio for a record 41 seasons, has been selected as the 2024 recipient of the Ford C. Frick Award, presented annually for excellence in broadcasting by the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.

Added 7/15/24:

Boston Red Sox radio voice Joe Castiglione will be presented with the Ford C. Frick Award for broadcasters and the 2004 World Series champion Red Sox will be recognized on the 20th anniversary of their historic victory at the July 20 Awards Presentation, which will be held at the Glimmerglass Festival, located just north of the Village of Cooperstown. The special tribute is scheduled to include Castiglione, as well as appearances by Hall of Famers Pedro Martínez and David Ortiz, two heroes of that curse-breaking Red Sox team. The late Gerry Fraley will be honored with the BBWAA Career Excellence Award for writers at the event, which takes place in the Alice Busch Opera Theater.

The BoSox Club congratulates our friend, Joe!


Welcome Back, BoSox Man of the Year 2013  Craig Breslow!

Craig Breslow was hired as the Red Sox Chief Baseball Officer on October 25, 2023.  Craig returns to the Red Sox in his new capacity. he was a pitcher for the Sox in the years of 2012 -2015 and was a member of the 2013 World Champions!

We wish Craig all the best in the effort to improve the team to compete for another World Championship! 

May 2024 Luncheon Report:

Vaughn Grissom and Ryan Lavarnway share excitement for the future and perspective on the past

New Red Sox second baseman Vaughn Grissom and former catcher Ryan Lavarnway offered attendees at the May BoSox Club Luncheon insights looking toward a bright future and stories from the recent past.

Award-winning Boston Globe MLB columnist Peter Abraham served as emcee for the event, leading interviews with the featured guests.

Grissom, whom the Red Sox acquired in an off-season trade with the Atlanta Braves for pitcher Chris Sale, expressed his energy for the game to the crowd, answering questions with enthusiasm and wit. When Abraham mentioned Grissom being selected in the 11th round of the 2019 MLB draft, the young second baseman joked that he refers to it as being ‘selected I the 1st round of the 11th day of the draft.”

Grissom is a fan of Fenway Park, having made his MLB debut there on August 10, 2022 after being called up to the Braves. That night he went 2-4 with a stolen base and a tremendous homerun over the Green Monster in a game he referred to as “dream come true.”

Now that he has settled into the regular second base role, Grissom looks forward to a long stint with the Red Sox for many years to come.

While Vaughn Grissom offered his excitement for the future of playing with the Red Sox, Ryan Lavarnway offered his perspective on his career as a journeyman in the game. Now a motivational speaker, Lavarnway is a great storyteller and recounted many tales of his ups and downs throughout his career, including his 26 times being called up to the majors and being sent back down. His first call up to the Red Sox happened on August 18, 2011, when infielder Kevin Youkilis was placed on the injured list.  Lavarnway delighted the crowd with stories of his rookie season meeting star players such as Jonny Gomes and being motivated by his dedication to winning.

Lavarnway also discussed some of his MLB records, including being signed by the Cincinnati Reds  in 2019 just hours after being released by the Yankees, and becoming the first MLB player with three or more extra base hits and six or more RBI in his first game with a new team later that night. He also holds the dubious distinction of tying a major league record for recording four passed balls in one inning while catching knuckleballer Steven Wright.

Following BoSox luncheon tradition three military guests were welcomed to the event and thanked for their service. May’s military guests included US Army members Staff Sergeant Alexander Lorati,   Sergeant First Class Brandon Bambary, and Sergeant First Class Baily Mikos.

©2024 photo by Cindy M. Loo/ The Boston Red Sox

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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!  Here some of the things you get:

  • Exclusive access to Spring Training tickets and Special Events at JetBlue Park.
  • Access to BoSox Club monthly luncheons (Members can bring guests), during the season, with Red Sox current and former players and coaches. A unique way to entertain business guests, friends or family members and a great way to talk baseball with other fans!
  • Family Day at Fenway Park  – featuring pre-game Q&A with Sox players, plus hot dog, soda and game tickets. 
  • 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.

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

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