L.L.Bean Boots. Red Sox. Enter Our Fenway Bean Boot Giveaway!

For over 100 years, we’ve loved baseball. We love the anticipation that builds after extra innings, waiting for the crack of a bat, the dip of a glove and the roar of a cheering crowd. We also love baseball because we’re Red Sox fans. And for as long as L.L.Bean and Fenway Park are around, we’ll never be anything else. As die-hard Red Sox fans, we rely on our durability to get us through good seasons and bad. And it’s those kinds of qualities that L.L.Bean and Fenway Park have stood by for over a century.

Now, we’re commemorating the 2013 Red Sox season and celebrating the team’s first postseason series with 50 Limited-Edition Fenway Bean Boots, handcrafted from the 100th Anniversary rain tarp that protected Fenway Field during the 2012 season.



If you want a pair of these one-of-a-kind, Limited-Edition Fenway Bean Boots you won’t find them in any store; instead, we’ll be giving them away to our Facebook fans, starting today, October 2. Enter for your chance to win a pair by visiting us on Facebook and sharing your favorite Fenway Park moment. The giveaway will close on Monday, October 20, so enter now!


Want to learn more about L.L.Bean’s partnership with Fenway Park? Our past collaborations include the Fenway Boat and Tote and the One Fund Tote.


You can also follow @LLBean on Twitter for more #FenwayBeanBoot updates. Go Sox!



Congratulations to all of the L.L.Bean Fenway Bean Boots contest winners, listed below, and thank you to everyone who shared their favorite Fenway Moments with us. As always, Go Sox!

Allison B., Skowhegan, ME

Allison S., Auburndale, MA

Amy M., Westborough, MA

Barbara B., Woburn, MA

Barbara K., Bar Harbor, ME

Bill H., Corpus Christi, TX

Bill L., Boscawen, NH

Brad R., North Reading, MA

Carrie W., Natick, MA

Chris G., Cambridge, MA

Christine F., Honolulu, HI

Dani L., Chicago, IL

David S., Albion, IN

Deb L., Pawley’s Island, SC

Eliz R., Boston, MA

Frank R., San Antonio, TX

Jason B., Gray, ME

Jason B., Port Orange, FL

Jason G., Tiburon, CA

Jay W., W. Hartford, CT

Jim G., Cranston, RI

Jodi B., Keene, NH

Joe T., White Creek, NY

Judge L., Salt Lake City, UT

Karen B., Falmouth, ME

Karen M., Leominster, MA

Kashmir A., Brookline, MA

Katherine M., W. Falmouth, MA

Kelly M., Brookline, MA

Kenda C., Newburgh, IN

Kerryann D., Willimantic, CT

Leigh B., Groton, CT

Lisa S., Leominster, MA

Lucy L., Atkinson, NH

Melissa M., Hampton, NH

Michael A., Sand Springs, OK

Michael O., Bennington, NH

Molly P., Harpswell, ME

Nathanael Y., Washington, DC

Nicole B., Hampden, ME

Nina L., Newport, RI

Rosemary H., Spotswood, NJ

Sal P., Johnston, RI

Sam S., Chattanooga, TN

Shayna R., Lexington, MA

Stacie M., Springboro, OH

Stacy W., Lawrenceville, GA

Suzanne R., Orlando, FL

Tara O., Andover, MA

Ted M., Holliston, MA


Official rules available here.

Comments (59)

  1. Anne | October 2, 2013 | 2:01 pm

    “The giveaway will close on Monday, October 20, so enter now!”

    The 20th is a Sunday…

  2. kathleen kisich | October 2, 2013 | 2:39 pm

    When roberts stole second and bill mueller hit a base hit to tie the game in the playoffs in

  3. MaryAlice | October 2, 2013 | 6:35 pm

    Go RED SOX!!

  4. Steve Watson | October 2, 2013 | 7:36 pm

    I grew up in NH but live in Ga now. 4 years ago I brought my family (wife and 4 kids) to Fenway to take in a game. I went up to the concession stand to get some Fenway franks and youkilis was coming up to bat and the crowd started to chant “youk” “youk” over and over. When I got back to my seat my family looked at me and said “why are they booing #20” my wife said it was very rude. I looked at them and said they are saying youk which is his nick name!

  5. CT Wingo | October 2, 2013 | 10:01 pm

    Every game.

  6. Gordon Williams | October 3, 2013 | 3:54 am

    Been to Fenway year ago that yaz last game a lot of good time they with the family.also love L.L bean boots

  7. Lisa Hamm | October 3, 2013 | 5:29 am

    The best time at Fenway is when I was able to bring my kids to their first game. We cheer them on at home every game but being there was just unbelievable!!!! we sat 4 rows from the field and the players were right in front of us. The kids eyes were as big as baseballs!! I have been a die hard fan since I can remember, because of my father, and I am so glad my kids feel the same way. But the best part was when a foul ball came sailing our way, I’ve never been in a spot where I was able to be near a foul ball, and low and behold the kids got it!!! WOW what an experience for the family who isn’t able to go every year!! GO RED SOX

    Lisa Hamm

  8. debby | October 3, 2013 | 6:03 am

    Watching my son age 27 still eating ice cream from red sox hats. Its still and always will be a must for every game. His face gleams as I am still treating him.

  9. Heidi Klein | October 3, 2013 | 6:06 am

    I don’t have one favorite moment at Fenway Park because everytime I have been its always a fun memorable time. Love being a sox nation fan! Nowhere else in the country can it be so awesome to be a sports enthusiastic fan :)

  10. Tara Spade | October 3, 2013 | 6:21 am

    Born in Marsfield, MA, we moved to Ohio when I was older. My older brother and I returned to Boston to relaese my mother’s ashes. The airport lost our luggage and it was quite stressful and sad. We had tickets to see the Sox play the yankees at Fenway. It was like walking into my youth. Men and boys were playing ball outside the park. It wasn’t just a game it was a celabration. A fan even jumped on the field and grabbed Robison Canoe’s hat. This was the best night of my life.

  11. Ann Wagner | October 3, 2013 | 6:34 am

    Every time we go to fenway is a great ( family ) time !!!!

  12. tammigirl | October 3, 2013 | 10:29 am

    I do not have a Fenway park moment – but I sure LOVED watching the Red Sox win the world series in Denver!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. Tommy Tucker | October 3, 2013 | 1:36 pm

    Went up to Fenway early on a Saturday morning , to get great parking. , stop at a bar to grab a few beers and lunch , and b/a, and can’t believe that lack of a crowd so close to 12:30, only to find out we had a 4:00 game , all well worth it with a win and a great day

  14. Jen White | October 3, 2013 | 1:46 pm

    Going to North End for dinner and a game.

  15. Sandy | October 3, 2013 | 2:34 pm

    When they broke the curse!

  16. Gary | October 3, 2013 | 3:34 pm

    my favorite Fenway Park moment was when I went with my son on a tour of the field with his school the night before we stayed in the museum in Boston on the floors in sleeping bags but on the day we toured the field we went up on top of the Green Monster to get a look from up there down at the field when I seen that where all the people set up on the Green Monster the people with season tickets have wrote their names where they allways sit. my son said dad can I have my name on the Green Monster so being the awesome dad that I am when nobody was looking I took out my sharpie and signed my name and let my son sign next to me at the time he was 8 years old that was the only time my son and I ever got to Fenway Park but we both know that our names will always be on that wall no matter what and believe me we both love knowing that our names will forever be on that wall together side by side just like everything else in life me in my boy together for ever. so if it wasn’t for the boston red sox and Fenway Park I wouldn’t have the memories that will last me my lifetime.

  17. Judy C | October 3, 2013 | 4:20 pm

    My favorite Fenway moment is really more than one moment. Any game seen at home in our Boston park is memorable!

  18. Jim Kossuth | October 3, 2013 | 5:36 pm

    A great pair of boots to wear to a Yankee game.

  19. Pat Hanley | October 3, 2013 | 6:00 pm

    Sitting along the first baseline watching Roger Clemens pitch. I didn’t know much about baseball at the time, but even I could see he was something special! The future accusations don’t affect this memory. He was young and special then.

  20. Anita Cutler | October 3, 2013 | 6:05 pm

    I would love a pair of these boots.

  21. Keith Hough | October 3, 2013 | 6:05 pm

    Keith Hough’s Fenway Experience
    I became a diehard Sox fan in July of 1967. From day one I had to know everything I could about all the Red Sox players and for that matter, all the players that the Sox would be facing. As a nine-year-old I immediately started my hero worship of Carl “The Man They Call Yaz” Yastrzemski, and I will always be a Yaz fan. It wasn’t until four years later would I get my first view inside the old ball yard. It was May 28, 1971, and my dad was in the Air National Guard stationed in Worcester, Mass., on Belmont Hill. The Guard had planned a family outing to Fenway park that night and I was the lucky one in a family of seven (two girls and five boys) who was picked to accompany my mother to the game. I was fortunate enough to know well in advance that I would be attending the Friday night game. As the day grew near, it became apparent that Boston’s 8-and-0 Sonny Siebert would be facing Oakland A’s 10-and-1 Vida Blue. It was billed as the game of the century and anyone who was anyone wanted to be in the ballpark for this game. How lucky was I? All my friends were jealous and would drill me with questions, stats and such.

    Game day, my dad drove my mother and I into Worcester (we lived in Northborough, 20 minutes to the east) and to the Guard base. As I got out of the family car, I was so excited that I shut my left hand (ring finger) in the door. OOOOCH!! As I screamed and opened the door, I noticed that about 1/4 of the tip of my finger was hanging on by a thread. The unit medic (family friend) came running over and immediately started to stop the bleeding. After a couple of minutes he told my parents that I should be taken to the emergency room immediately, because there was no doubt that I would need stitches if I wanted to save my finger tip. Wow!

    Let me tell you I spent the next 25 minutes pleading, begging, and imploring my parents into not taking me to the hospital. This was to be my first baseball game and first trip to Fenway Park, there is nothing that was going to keep me from going! As I stomped my feet and demanded that I be allowed to go to the game, my father against his better judgment had the medic bandage (my finger looked five times its normal size) up my finger as best he could. What I didn’t tell them, was that my finger was in extreme pain, throbbing so hard I thought people could hear it.

    When we got to the ballpark and entered, I looked up at the Monster – I don’t think that my eyes have closed yet and that was 35 years ago. Not knowing anything about the park at the time, I looked at the tickets for the seat location and was not impressed. That is I wasn’t impressed until I got to my seat which was six or so rows behind the Oakland dugout and to the left (I think in line with the third base bag). Wow, this was great, I could see everything. During the game my finger was KILLING me, but there was no way that I was going to complain. Between innings I went to the concessions to get a piece of pizza. As I paid and turned to return to my seat, this guy whacks my bandaged finger causing it to be in EXTREME pain and has the nerve to tell me to get out of the way. Well, I am in tears from the pain. I can tell you that I have never forgiven that guy, whom I knew from TV. The guy was one Clark Booth, channel 5 sports guy. From that day on, every time I saw him on TV I would immediately change the station. Also my finger (no, I never did go to the doctor’s) to this day is weather-sensitive. But the memories of that game will always make my finger feel better.

    For days after the game (which was won by the Sox 4 to 3 and Siebert went to 9-and-0) my friends would pump me for information, like did Vida Blue really jump over the foul line when he went to and from the mound, was Reggie Jackson big, or how fast was Siebert’s fastball.

    I will never forget that day. I have attended hundreds of games – Opening Day, playoffs and World Series games – and I look forward to the day that I can take my twins (born August 2005) to their first game. OK, their first game will be at an age where they will remember the experience.

  22. Diane Kay | October 3, 2013 | 6:06 pm

    I have many wonderful memories at Fenway however I think my most memorable ones will be the ones to happen when we start bringing our little guys to the games. My husband and I look very forward to their first game!

  23. Christy Arnold | October 3, 2013 | 7:01 pm

    Seeing my daughter on TV at Fenway park

  24. Brenda Bellerose | October 3, 2013 | 7:36 pm

    I love the Red Sox! I hope I win!

  25. Joan Plouff | October 3, 2013 | 8:01 pm

    The excitement of the croud is awesome.

  26. Joan Plouff | October 3, 2013 | 8:06 pm

    The excitement of t.he crowd is awesome to experience.

  27. Cory buskey | October 3, 2013 | 8:07 pm

    My greatest memory of a Fenway game was the first time my girlfriend and I got up on the monster seats..just being up there with that view was so spectacular, really a once in a lifetime experience! My favorite player at the time was manny rameriez. As my girlfriend and I were talking all of the sudden thd croud starts screaming as I look up manny hit one right over our heads and smashed a cars back window out right below us!!! It was truly amazing!!! We went nuts! Out of all the games at Fenway we saw, that was by far the most fun and memorable;). That girlfriend is now my wife and we have two beautiful children together, a 5 y/0 girl and 6 y/I boy….who also love the red sox;). I hope that someday I can get them to a game as exciting as that one someday! We love bean gear and the redsox in this family…go 2013 sox!!!!!

  28. Tink | October 3, 2013 | 8:53 pm

    Wow, I feel so left out. I don’t do facebook for a variety of reasons and I understand LLBean trying to get the young folks’ business. But to leave us out of something to do with Fenway Park and our Red Sox just sucks. I’ve been a customer for 50 years and travelled to Freeport from Salem, MA to see all the neat stuff before the web craze. You hurt us with these singled out folks and the globe stated: “…facebook and other channels”. Did the Globe misquote you? I don’t find it anywhere else on the website.

    • Laurie | L.L.Bean | October 7, 2013 | 3:12 pm

      Hi Tink,
      You can enter the giveaway via our Facebook tab or just post a tweet to Twitter or a photo to Instagram and hashtag #FenwayBeanBoots. The hashtag will be automatically picked up as an entry. We are also giveaway away three pairs this week via a Boston scavenger Twitter hunt with @BostonTweet. Follow @BostonTweet on Twitter for clues. He already gave away one pair today! Good luck. Best, ^LB

  29. Bill Knight | October 3, 2013 | 9:53 pm

    Let me start by saying I’m a Yankee fan, I know it’s hard to admit this year. I have a friend that is a die hard Redsox fan. I think it would be a great gesture to give a pair of these boots to him. From a Yankee fan to a Redsox fan…… In the true spirit of the love of baseball.

  30. Stephen Johnson | October 3, 2013 | 9:55 pm

    While escorting a tour group to Fenway for a Blue Jays game, I struck up a conversation with a groundskeeper. As I commented on Fenway’s history he said, “You really love this place!” He took me out on the warning track & took pictures of me by the Green Monster then gave me a 2004 World Series pin. He gave me a memory I will never forget!

  31. kathryn harrison | October 3, 2013 | 10:37 pm

    My daughter and son in law took me two years for mothers day! I Have sat with my Dad (86. for years watching. And waiting) and they finally DID IT. !!!!!!! and maybe again? 2013

  32. allen case | October 4, 2013 | 4:46 am

    Where’s ll bean facebook site? It won’t load. I have a ticket stubborn from a game at Fenway. 6.90 to sit next to the home dugout and watch Reggie Jackson and the Yankees play Jim rice and the RD Sox. It’s early 1980s. My father and I used to go all the time. $6.90. Six dollars and ninety cents to sit on the first base line next to the red Sox dugout. How things have changed. My dad now lives near ft Meyers and used to goto spring training games. Allen case 6037293316

  33. Christina Wyman | October 4, 2013 | 3:57 pm

    My favorite Fenway moment is from Opening Day on April 1, 1998. My then boyfriend, now husband, and I attended the game with another couple, who were also dating (I am happy to report we all all still married and each have two kids who are RedSox fans!).

    It was a Friday, actually Good Friday, and alcohol was not served at the park that day. We had a great brunch with mimosas and bloody mary’s and entered the park with that feeling of anticipation and excitment. Out seats were up in the bleachers, given our early twenties budget, and it was a glorious day.

    We were playing the Seattle Mariners who took the lead in the game. Around the 6th or 7th inning my now hubby and friends wanted to ditch the game. As you know, April in New England is still quite cold only hearty souls can bear sitting on bleacher seats for hours. I begged and pleaded that we stay because “you never know what can happen. We have to keep the faith! Never lose hope in the Red Sox!”. Of course, remember no alcohol was being served so the call of a hot totty and ale bekoned. I convinced my friends to stay and we were practically the only ones left in the bleachers.

    It’s the bottom of the 9th. The Red Sox begin to rally. Men start to get on base and the bases are loaded. We start getting excited. I start wanting to say “I told you so!”, but I resist. Partly because I try to be a good friend, but also because I’m baseball superstitious and don’t want to curse the game before it’s over! Mo Vaugh steps up and hits a grandslam!!!! We cheer wildly, high-five each other, jump up and down, and hug each other. It’s a scene that is etched in my memory. Of good baseball, of good friends, of my beloved Red Sox and Fenway park. I think of that memory every time I watch a Red Sox game and we still reminisce about that moment all of these year later. After timeless memories of graduations, weddings, babies, parent’s anniversaries and deaths, it’s one of those precious shared memories that we appreciate. For we know that watching a game from Fenway is one lucky duck, being able to attend opening day is a blessingC, but whoa – watching a Grand Slam walk-off from Mo Vaughn on Opening Day is a liked being sprinkled with a little bit of heaven. :)

  34. kathryn | October 4, 2013 | 5:05 pm

    Every time I have been there at Fenway. !!!!!!!!

  35. Karen Cedrone | October 4, 2013 | 6:23 pm

    I am so excited for the opportunity to win the L.L.Bean boots for my brother in law who is serving in the United states Navy. He is a HUGE Red Sox Fan as am I, and the Sox are always supporting our enlisted men and women, veterans, and Boston

  36. Ryan | October 4, 2013 | 7:46 pm

    They aren’t one-of-a-kind if there’s more than one of them.

  37. PATRICIA MILLMAN | October 5, 2013 | 6:03 am

    I have been a red sox fan since I was 5 yrs old. I watched the games in my downstairs basement eating penny candy. YAZ was my guy. he was polish ,and so was I. I only went to one game. It was the best, my first time in Boston, it was scary, and exicting all at once. I was a country girl from Dracut,Ma. . The best YAS and RICO Petracelli. , to see them out there playing it was so great, I had lots of fun. I will never forget it. Oh ya , the hot dogs were great too.Sincerly Patricia Bardzik Millman. I LOVE YAZ.

  38. Pat Shaffer | October 5, 2013 | 4:38 pm

    I wore my LL Bean barn jacket to a game in April of 2001 at Fenway. Had so much fun! Everyone else was cold…I was toasty!

  39. Linda Horton | October 6, 2013 | 7:52 am

    I attended Fenway years ago. It’s such a great memory!!! I was with my awesome brother. We loved Boston and the Soxs and for us to actually be their in person was like a dream. We lived in Miami Florida and this was a dream come true. We sat behind the famous wall. We had hotdogs and loads of fun!!!! My brother died 3 years ago. This memory is still alive in my heart! I love LL Bean and this would be a great gift for myself to always remember that day in Fenway!!!

  40. JoAnn Palange | October 9, 2013 | 4:00 am

    Also disappointed. Not a social media fan.
    Wish there was an old fashioned email or mail in form

    • Laurie | L.L.Bean | October 9, 2013 | 4:20 pm

      Hi JoAnn, I apologize that you are not able to enter the Fenway Boot Giveaway via email or mail. I’m hoping you’ll be able to have a friend or family member enter on your behalf through our Facebook page. Another way they can help you to enter is to tweet or Instagram a photo using the hashtag #FenwayBeanBoots. Hope that helps and thanks for your interest in our giveaway. ^LB

  41. sluggr01 | October 9, 2013 | 9:19 am

    I hate being left out of this. Just because I cannot get to Fenway but that does not mean that folks outside of Boston and New England states do not love Fenway and the Sox just as much. We don’t have stories to talk about being there but we grow attached to the stadium just watching our beloved Red Sox play on TV. I don’t think that just because we can’t get to Fenway that we should be left out of the contest. That isn’t fair at all! We should be given a chance also somehow.
    I am sure there are other fans that feel the same way.

    • Sara | L.L.Bean | October 9, 2013 | 12:16 pm

      Thanks for sharing the concern with us, and we’re sorry for the frustration. While the Fenway Bean Boots giveaway calls for sharing Fenway moments, we know that not everyone has the opportunity to make it to the park. Luckily, we’re accepting entries of all Fenway memories, even if viewed from afar. Good luck!

  42. Cat | October 11, 2013 | 12:21 pm

    Last tickets I bought were in 1993, then I moved to Oregon and had to give them away. My Mom and her friends went to both games. The Red Sox treated them to wins each time. Fav players, Yaz, Conigliaro (have buttons from each of the brothers), Papi, Pedoia, which pitcher is that on my cereal box-do you eat your Wheaties?? I liked Wade Boggs too,

  43. Kathie Jean B. | October 11, 2013 | 4:44 pm

    Never been to Fenway, but do remember back in 1954 when my brother was five; he went to Fenway with my uncle and came home with a miniature bat with The signature of Ted Williams branded into the bat. Still have the bat to this day.

  44. Michael Waters | October 11, 2013 | 5:41 pm

    I have been to Fenway 8 times in my life, and have NEVER seen the Sox win! I decided not to go to any more games as I felt I may be jinxing the team. The last year I went was 2003, and sure enough, the Sox won it all the next year! I will continue watching from my home in North Carolina in hopes of a repeat in 2013! I <3 Red Sox!!!

  45. Earl King | October 11, 2013 | 11:02 pm

    While growing up in Western Mass—-Williamstown — my Family would take us to Fenway Park at least once a year. We always stayed in the old Kenmore Hotel where the visiting players stayed. During those years I saw Ted Williams hit several home runs. Brings back some great memories.
    In the mid 70’s I worked as a Flight Instructor in Albany N.Y. and on occasion I would borrow a Beech Bonanza to fly to Boston watch the Red Sox and fly back to Albany. the Red Sox always treated me well. one fourth of July my wife and I had box seat tickets in section 4a —the closest seats to the field next to the bull pen–when we arrived we were escorted by a Red Sox official to the main office and were told that section 4a was only used on a sold out game. However since we had tickets to that section the Sox would honor them. We were the only ones in that section. Boog Powell hit 4 long balls in that section that day!

    When yaz retired and the Red Sox retired the great number 8 I was able to get 2 tickets and took my Son to that game. Graham and I will never forget that day.

    Some good memories
    May the Red Sox live forever

    Earl King

  46. GREG PIERCE | October 12, 2013 | 10:38 pm


  47. Randy Fillat | October 16, 2013 | 10:26 am

    I MUST AGREE — The ruse of picking up all of a person’s contacts, friends, information from Facebook is reprehensible. da Bean was built on people from all over this country when a book was a book and kindle was for lighting a fire.

    This falls in to Social Media Backlash like nothing I’ve ever seen. Personally when I’ve attempted to use FB to sign up for something and I’m asked to provide access I simply bail out.

    I didn’t buy my friends and won’t sell them to you. If you want to ”buy” FB ‘likes’ then go ahead and lower yourselves further as other companies are doing.

    NO you can not nor should anyone else be allowed access to personal information of not only oneself or of friends either.

    What’s hilarious is if you ‘mouse over’ the ” ? Guidelines” portion of this page it mentions
    ””For you PRIVACY don’t include personal information”” — Someone has dropped the ball over there and you should all be ashamed.

  48. David B | October 16, 2013 | 3:10 pm

    How do you find an entry among all the entries – there is no keyword search. I posted yesterday and don’t know if mine is up. Great idea for boot/giveaway. Is Freeport store still open 24 hours?

    • Sara | L.L.Bean | October 17, 2013 | 5:27 pm

      Hi David, We’ve located your entry – it has been approved and posted to the gallery here: http://bit.ly/1hX2K7A. Our Freeport store is still open 24 hours a day! Good luck!

  49. Anne | October 17, 2013 | 1:14 pm

    I luv these Fenway Boots …..go Red Sox!!!!

  50. Inez Tubens | October 20, 2013 | 7:34 am

    Better than all the rest!!!

  51. Crystal McIntire | October 20, 2013 | 4:32 pm

    I have been trying to enter the contest but when ever I click on the link it says page unavailable so I’m hoping if I post our story on here it will get to the right place…

    It was August 21, 2009, Red Sox vs. Yankees in Boston. Jerry Remy’s first night back following his fight with cancer. The Yankees were CRUSHING us! Most people where leaving but we stayed along with most the fans around us who were complete strangers we had met that day. Why? For the wedding of course! We got married during the 7th inning stretch at our happiest place on earth a RED SOX Game at Fenway!

    We had clued the fans around us in early in the game. They were great. Some volunteered to help, we ended up with flower girl, ushers, photographer and banner holders. Six of us had attended the game together our two attendants, justice of the peace and his wife. We stood adorned in our BRIDE and GROOM Red Sox Jersey’s, read our vows and HE kissed the bride. Then our banner we had made for the occasion was lifted by the row above us. It read “Marriage License $25.00 – Red Sox Tickets $200.00 – Getting Married At Fenway PRICELESS”! Cheering thundered from all around the stadium. It was incredible everyone was going crazy.

    We didn’t stay for the remainder of the game and when we walked out a police officer offered his congrats and threw us a ball hit by Mike Lowell in batting practice. Out and about that evening people kept recognizing us and congratulating us.

    The ceremony clip was the “Twisted Tea moment of the night” on NESN, on MLB.com, ESPN and we were interviewed by a local radio station here in Maine. The announcers said, “the game was so bad the high light was the couple that got married in the stands”.

    Ray and Crystal McIntire
    Gray, Maine

  52. Steven Bardsley | November 1, 2013 | 7:08 pm

    Have you announced the 50 winners yet?? Would love to be 1 of the winners!

    • Laurie | L.L.Bean | December 3, 2013 | 5:33 pm

      Hi Steve, All the winners have been notified and we will publish a list of winning names soon. Thanks ^LB

  53. Shaun | November 14, 2013 | 4:20 pm

    When will the winners be announced? How will winners be notified?


    • Laurie | L.L.Bean | December 3, 2013 | 5:30 pm

      Hi Shaun, All the winners have been contacted and we will be publishing an updated blog post with the winning names soon. Thanks ^LB

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