Take You Out to the Ball Game? Sox Will Tie the Sellout Record Today—and We Have Two Tickets for Xconomy Fans

9/3/08Follow @bbuderi

UPDATE: TICKETS GONE! THANKS FOR THE RESPONSE! The Sox are driving for the playoffs, and today they will notch the 455th consecutive Fenway Park sellout to tie the major league record set by the Cleveland Indians in a stretch that ran from 1995-2001.

To celebrate, we are giving away two bleacher seats to the historic game (Hey, we’re not TechCrunch, so we only have two tickets—and TC doesn’t do sports like we do). First pitch is at 1:35 p.m. today—so the winners have to be able to cut out from work (or not have to work).

So, if you’d like the tickets, e-mail us your contact information, including phone number, at editors@xconomy.com. We’ll do an impromptu drawing here in the office from the first 10 names we get and let you know right away how to get the tix. All we ask is that you really go—and send us a picture of yourself at the game.

Go Sox.

Bob is Xconomy's founder and editor in chief. You can e-mail him at bbuderi@xconomy.com, call him at 617.500.5926. Follow @bbuderi

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