BOSTON, MA - The Boston Red Sox will once again open Fenway Park for a Mother's Day "Walk in the Park" on Sunday, May 11, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The annual celebration of Mother's Day at Fenway Park gives fans the opportunity to walk around the warning track, sit inside the visitor and home dugouts, get autographs from Red Sox alumni, and participate in other family-friendly activities. The event is free.
Fans can enter the ballpark through Gate C. Red Sox alumni Ted Lepcio and Bob Montgomery will sign autographs and meet fans in the Big Concourse area, and Wally the Green Monster will be on hand, accompanied by a balloon artist, face painter, caricature artist, stilt walker, and magician.
Additionally, the three World Series Trophies will be available for pictures behind home plate, and the 2013 World Series ring will be on display in the Big Concourse for fans.
Those interested in winning their own personalized, authentic 2004, 2007, and 2013 World Series rings can visit the Red Sox Foundation's table in the Big Concourse to purchase raffle tickets that benefit the charity. The grand prize raffle winner will receive a set comprising the 2004, 2007, and 2013 rings. Raffle tickets, which start at $10 for 5 chances, are also available online at redsox.com/ringraffle.
Ballpark concessions will be available. The event will take place rain or shine.