BOSTON - MAY 29: Hideki Okajima #37 of the Boston Red Sox is congratulated by pitching coach John Farrell #52 after they defeated the Cleveland Indians at Fenway Park May 29, 2007 in Boston, Massachusetts. The Red Sox defeated the Indians 4-2. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
Last season is one most Red Sox fans would like to forget, but the Major League Baseball team is trying to start this season off with a treat by offering fans free food and cut-price beer for the first month of the season.
This is part of a plan to lure fans back to Fenway Park.
Kids under 14 will get a free Fenway Frank, Goldfish and a juice box from certain concession areas before the third inning during April.
Hot dogs will he sold two for the price of one; hot chocolate will be cut from $4.25 to $2; and a 12-ounce beer that normally sells for up to $8.50 will go for $5.
Team chief operating officer Sam Kennedy told The Boston Globe the deals are to "thank our fans for their incredible support and commitment."
The Red Sox are coming off a 69-93 season in which they finished last in the AL East.
Opening Day at Fenway Park is April 8 against the Baltimore Orioles.