"Baseball Winter Weekend" at Foxwoods Resort Casino to take place January 22-24

Red Sox Event Includes Player Autographs and Photos, Panel Discussions, and Activities for Kids

The Boston Red Sox will once again host a weekend getaway of hot stove fun for fans and families January 22-24. The second annual "Baseball Winter Weekend" at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut, includes a Town Hall Meeting with Red Sox leaders, autographs and photos with Red Sox players, and round-table discussions on a variety of baseball topics. It also includes a full baseball festival for fans of all ages and clinics for kids.

Weekend passes, which include the option for hotel accommodations, go on sale Thursday, November 5, at noon on redsox.com/winterweekend. Passes provide access for all three days and are $60 per adult and $20 for children 14 and under. Children under three are free. Season Ticket Holders' prices (for adults) are reduced by $10. Their children's price is $15.

The entire Red Sox roster, including coaches, has been invited to attend. Red Sox alumni and Wally the Green Monster will also be in attendance.  

"Baseball Winter Weekend is an opportunity for fans to hear from and interact with players, alumni, coaches, and members of the Red Sox front office," said Red Sox President Sam Kennedy. "From insightful baseball discussions to lighthearted wiffle ball games, the weekend offers something for fans of every age. With help from our partners at Foxwoods Resort Casino, we look forward to once again providing an opportunity for families to experience a little baseball during the long winter months."   

The weekend will begin Friday night with the introduction of the participating players, followed by a fan-interactive Town Hall Meeting. Red Sox Principal Owner John Henry, Chairman Tom Werner, Club President Sam Kennedy, President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski, and Manager John Farrell are scheduled to attend. The event will be televised by NESN.

Throughout the day on Saturday, fans will have an opportunity to get autographs and take photos with players, and see the three World Series Trophies and Red Sox artifacts such as Silver Bats, Gold Gloves, MVPs, and Cy Young Awards.

Fans can test their fastball at the Red Sox pitching booth, play wiffle ball on the indoor field, meet Wally the Green Monster, and attend hour-long panel discussions throughout the day on such topics as "The 1986 Team," "The State of the Red Sox - a discussion with Baseball Operations," "Around the Horn - a conversation with Red Sox infielders," and "Battery Mates - dynamics of memorable pitcher/catcher duos."

Fans can watch the live NESN broadcast from Baseball Winter Weekend throughout the day on Saturday, which will include interviews with Red Sox players and leadership. NESN will also invite Winter Weekend attendees to record personalized television highlights of historic Red Sox moments and participate in a casting call for NESN Clubhouse.

Winter Weekend concludes Sunday with a Wally-themed breakfast for children and families, and a series of baseball clinics for kids conducted by Red Sox coaches and alumni. Tickets for Wally's breakfast, which will also include his mascot friends, are available at redsox.com/winterweekend

Fans are encouraged to check redsox.com/winterweekend periodically for updates on participants and activities.