Babe Ruth’s Birthplace, Football Hall of Fame Among Highlights on Red Sox’ Trip to Texas, New York, Cleveland, Baltimore

Babe Ruth's Birthplace, Football Hall of Fame Among Highlights on Red Sox' Trip to Texas, New York, Cleveland, BaltimoreEditor's note: Each Wednesday from April 11 to May 23, NESN.com will highlight some of the cities the Red Sox visit on road trips this season. This week, we spotlight Texas, New York, Cleveland and Baltimore, where the Red Sox will play July 23-29 and Aug. 9-19. Next week, we target Anaheim, Oakland and Seattle, where the Red Sox will visit Aug. 28 to Sept. 5, and Toronto and Tampa Bay, the destinations for a Sept. 14-20 road trip.

The Red Sox will be all over the map this season, with two upcoming road trips that will take them as far north as Cleveland and as far west as Texas.

The Sox will travel to Texas and New York for a July 23-29 trip before an Aug. 9-19 road swing takes them to Cleveland, Baltimore and New York.

Both road trips should feature some tremendous competition for the Sox. The Rangers enter the season as back-to-back defending American League champions, and the Yankees are, well, the Yankees. The Cleveland Indians, meanwhile, used to hold the sellout streak record at 455 — before the Sox topped it in 2010 — while Baltimore has some good, young talent for the first time in a while.

Fortunately for fans hoping to see the Red Sox in person during either of these two trips, there are plenty of sites to see and things to do in all four cities, ranging from history, to outdoor activities, and fine dining.

Check out our list of some can't-miss activities available in the cities where the Red Sox will go on their dog days road trips.

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