Sam Kennedy, Red Sox Excited And Hopeful About Postseason Baseball Back At Fenway


The Boston Red Sox haven’t played a postseason game since Game 6 of the 2013 World Series at Fenway Park.

They won that game to clinch the eighth World Series championship in franchise history, but it’s not a secret that people both inside and outside the organization want to see October baseball every year.

That includes team president Sam Kennedy, who joined NESN’s Tom Caron before Wednesday night’s game against the Baltimore Orioles to discuss the team’s preparations and hopes for playoff baseball returning in a few weeks, among other topics.

Check out his “Red Sox Gameday Live” interview in the video above.

Thumbnail photo via Andrew Weber/USA TODAY Sports Images

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