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woo sox minor league baseball  polar park photoThe Worcester Red Sox (aka the WooSox) is the AAA affiliate of the Boston Redsox, where injured Red Sox players rehab and upcoming stars hone their skills.

Come enjoy the action and excitement of minor league baseball at Polar Park in Worcester.

Minor league games are both fun and affordable for the whole family. Help teach kids about teamwork and enjoy the action and excitement of minor league baseball in New England.

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Come enjoy the action and excitement of minor league baseball at Polar Stadium in Worcester, MA.

WooSox 2022 promotional nights

Sunset catches: After every 4:05 p.m. Saturday home game ends, fans can step out onto the field and play catch before sunset

Funday Sundays: Kids get to run the bases after Sunday afternoon home games, which begin at 1:05 p.m. (excluding the July 4 game).

Take Two Tuesdays: One Worcester Flag? Take Two!
Featuring one special item each Tuesday, fans who purchase one are encouraged to 'Take Two!'

Give a Wednesdays: A WooSox School Kit for Kids
Every Give-A-Wednesday night game will feature a specialty bobblehead to be given away on entrance! Every Give-A-Wednesday day game will feature a special trinket for kids!

College nights: For Thursday home games, college students can pay $15 and get a ticket and $9 toward concessions at Polar Park.

Getting to Polar Park & Parking
Driving isn't the only way to get to the new stadium. Both Worcester Regional Transit Authority (WRTA) buses and MBTA commuter rail will get you to Polar Park without the need to scout one of the 20 parking lots that have been highlighted for use during games. The transit options are also much cheaper (free in some cases).

WRTA buses
Two bus lines will take you directly to Polar Park, but many others will get you within a very short walk of the stadium.

Route 11 This line runs between the Union Station bus hub along Foster Street and a shopping plaza (344 Greenwood St.) near the borders of Worcester, Auburn and Millbury. The bus stops right outside Polar Park in Kelley Square.

Route 4 This line runs along Route 146 between downtown Millbury, the Shoppes at Blackstone Valley and the downtown Worcester bus hub. Route 4 and Route 11 share the same Green Street circuit near Polar Park.

These two lines might be a good option for fans coming from Millbury and Auburn. But almost every other WRTA route begins and ends at the downtown bus hub along Foster Street. The hub is less than a half-mile walk from Polar Park. You could take a WRTA bus from as far away as downtown Southbridge (Route 29) and get very close to the stadium.

And a bonus: WRTA buses are free until June 30.

MBTA commuter rail
Worcester's commuter rail station is right next to the bus hub, which means you could leave home in Westborough, for example, and be at Polar Park (including the walk from Union Station) in about 25 minutes, according to train schedules.

The commuter rail is also pretty cost-effective. A ride from Westborough is about $6.50 round-trip.

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Polar Park | 60 Webster Place, Worcester, MA, 01603 map

60 Webster Place
Worcester, MA 01603


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