It’s the second week of April, the snow is gone for good (hopefully) and that means that baseball season will be going on for the six months or so for most teams and for a little bit longer for the skilled squads that end up in the playoffs. One of the preseason favorites to end up in the postseason is last year’s defending World Championship team – the Boston Red Sox. The Sox may have not started out so hot this season (they were 4-5 as of April 10), but all of the teams in their ultra-competitive division, the AL East, have started off in relatively the same fashion and it figures to be a race that may go all the way until the last weeks, or even days, of the season. If you’d like a chance to be part of the race this season, consider purchasing Discount Red Sox Tickets to go along with your Go Boston Card from Smart Destinations! As part of a special promotion for 2014 Go Boston Card customers, anyone who purchases a 3, 5, or 7 Day Go Boston Card will have Red Sox at the Batan exclusive opportunity to upgrade their package with a VIP ticket to a baseball game at iconic Fenway Park. See division rivals the Tampa Bay Rays in May, the upstart Cleveland Indians (coached by former Red Sox manager Terry Francona) in June or a cross-divisional matchup with the White Sox of Chicago in July. In addition to all of the bonuses that come along with the Go Boston Card (like Discount Red Sox Tickets) you may also consider getting a Go Select Boston Pass that will give you the opportunity to check out family-friendly venues like the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Science and New England Aquarium. Although the deal is subject to availability, your VIP access will grant you and the members of your party entry to the bleachers and David Ortiz Hit - Red SoxBig Concourse Areas (sorry not the Green Monster) up to two-and-a-half hours before the first pitch is thrown. In the second half of the season – once the race really heats up – get a VIP ticket to the park to see the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and young phenom Mike Trout in August or power-hitting Chris Davis and the rest of the potent offensive players of the Baltimore Orioles in September. This may be one of the last years to see David “Big Papi” Oritz (and try to get a selfie with him) but it will be many people’s first chance to see Rookie of the Year favorite Xander Bogaerts! Looking for things to do in Boston and discounts on attractions and tours? Learn how to save money with a Boston discount attractions pass by Smart Destinations.