May 29, 2019

2018 World Series Rematch


Friday, July 12 – Monday, July 15

Boston, Massachusetts
Fenway Park

2018 World Series Rematch
Los Angeles Dodgers @ Boston Red Sox

Note there are two different package options available, a full weekend July 12-15 standard package and a July 13-15 premium package. This page is for the standard package. Click here for the premium package.  

This is a four day, three night trip to Beantown to see MLB juggernauts the Dodgers and Red Sox at historic Fenway Park. This 2018 World Series Rematch is an interleague series and the Dodgers first trip to Fenway since 2010. We will take a behind-the-scenes tour of Fenway, see the Friday night game, the Sunday night game which will be featured as ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball and on Saturday take in all the sights and sounds of Boston.

Although Saturday night’s game is not included in the trip price, fans are welcome to purchase their own tickets or Simply A Fan will kindly oblige and just pass along the cost. 

Friday, July 12th
6am – Depart Nashville (or wherever you originate from)
9:30am – Arrive Boston
10:00 – Hotel luggage drop-off
11:00 – Lunch
12:30 – Sightseeing
3:00pm – Ballpark Tour, Fenway Park
5:40pm – Gates Open, Fenway Park
7:10pm – First Pitch, Dodgers @ Red Sox

Saturday, July 13th
10am – Boston Sightseeing, Freedom Trail (see below)

Sunday, July 14th
11:30am – Cheers restaurant
1:00pm – Boston Sightseeing
5:35pm – Gates Open, Fenway Park
7:05 – First Pitch, Dodgers @ Red Sox

Monday, July 15th
Depart for home

A Hilton Honors hotel or suitable Air BnB 

Full trip package:  $1,475 (check/cash) or $1,520 (card). 

Cost includes the following:
3 nights lodging mentioned above at a double occupancy rate with two queen beds
Please inquire for
adjusted occupancy rate for single, triple or quadruple occupancy. 
• Roundtrip airfare from Nashville (or wherever you originate from)
Ground transportation throughout the trip (Lyft / Uber)
Tickets to Friday and Sunday game
Admission for behind-the-scenes ballpark tour of Fenway Park
A tour guide for your detailed trip itinerary
Simply A Fan lanyard
An unforgettable baseball trip!

The Freedom Trail which includes Paul Revere’s House, The Old North Church, Granary Burial Ground, Quincy Market and more. Other sites will include USS Constitution, Bunker Hill, Copps Hill Burial Ground.

To secure your spot, click the red register button to fill out your registration form below. Once the trip minimum of six people has been met, you will be invoiced accordingly and can choose to pay via check ($1,475) or by card ($1,520). Payments are non-refundable, but are potentially transferrable if you cancel and find someone to take your spot. 

If you have questions, please email Simply A Fan’s Chief Trip Planner, Mark Jent, at

What is Simply A Fan?
Simply A Fan is a Nashville-based baseball venture that organizes and leads baseball trips to MLB ballparks across the country, while also providing a platform for baseball fans everywhere to share their personal baseball story.

Do I have to live in the Nashville area to go on a trip?
Not at all! We will coordinate logistics for you to join us wherever you are coming from. 

What if I live in the Boston area, can I just buy game tickets from Simply A fan to be part of the group?
Certainly! We will gladly have you just join us for games! Inquire for details. 

How can I save money on the trip cost?
If you have 3 or 4 people in your party and would prefer triple or quadruples occupancy with two queen beds, this would reduce your trip cost. If you would like to join us for a portion of the trip, your cost can be adjusted accordingly. Inquire for details. 

What if I have airline points / rewards, can I save money and book my own flight to save money?
Yes, we will gladly accommodate and will adjust your trip cost accordingly. 

What if I have hotel points / rewards, can I save money and stay at a nearby hotel and my trip cost by adjusted?
Yes, we will gladly accommodate if there is a nearby hotel. See above details above for which hotels in what cities we will be staying in. 

What other trips is Simply A Fan taking in 2019?
Click on the following link to see all of the upcoming trips for this season – Trips

What is this about Simply A Fan stories?
To read some pretty cool stories from the stands of people who are simply baseball fans – Stories


May 2018 – Championship Banners at Fenway Park
photo courtesy of Simply A Fan


May 29, 2019

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