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March 17, 2023

WooSox see 16% bump in preseason ticket sales over 2022

Photo | Courtesy of the Worcester Red Sox A Worcester Red Sox game at Polar Park in 2022

The Worcester Red Sox have seen a 16% increase in ticket sales year-over-year compared with sales at the same time in 2022.

Ticket sales for spring games (April, May) are 19% higher (by 15,756 tickets) than at this point last year, and summer games (June, July, August, September) are 15% higher (by 24,067 tickets), according to a Thursday press release from the team.

“Apartments are nearing completion across Madison Street, more are on the rise across Washington Street, and restauranteurs are opening new establishments in our Canal District,” WooSox Chairman and Principal Owner Larry Lucchino said in the press release. “We take great pride in being a part of this broad Worcester Renaissance.”

The team finished first among 120 minor-league teams in tickets sold with 546,955, according to a Thursday press release from the WooSox. The team increased its per-game attendance by 19% over its inaugural season and finished sixth among all minor-league teams in average per-game attendance, according to Minor League Baseball data.

Total attendance for the 2022 season was 532,152.

Opening day for the WooSox is March 31 against the Syracuse Mets.

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