The World Baseball Classic is always an exciting time for the game, as it represents a chance for players from all over the world to come together and compete for the honor of hoisting the trophy at the end of the tournament.
We’ve seen several teams get off to hot starts, such as Japan, Venezuela, the United States, and Puerto Rico.
On Wednesday night, fans of the Boston Red Sox got creative and had their own little party at Fenway Park.
WBC games were shown as fans gathered at Fenway to see some of their beloved Red Sox stars compete in the tournament.
Checking in from the #WorldBaseballClassic watch party at Fenway! pic.twitter.com/mly9ELW9Fv
— Red Sox (@RedSox) March 16, 2023
This is certainly a fun way to pass the time until the regular season gets underway.
The regular season will get going on March 30, and the Red Sox will be playing host to the Baltimore Orioles.
Until then, they’ll have the opportunity to see some their favorite players compete in the WBC and they’ll be able to camp outside of Fenway Park to watch these games unfold.
There are many ways to enjoy baseball, and Red Sox fans certainly found another way to do just that.
Rafael Devers was a part of the Dominican Republic’s roster and is now headed back to Red Sox camp with the Dominicans having been eliminated by Team Puerto Rico.
But Masataka Yoshida is still competing with Team Japan and Enrique Hernandez is still with Puerto Rico, so there will be plenty of players for fans to keep tabs on.NEXT: MLB Fans React To Today's Corey Kluber News