There are currently no vaccine or mask mandates in effect for fans visiting Polar Park. In accordance with state and CDC guidelines, unvaccinated fans are strongly encouraged to continue to wear masks or face coverings while at Polar Park. Fans are also reminded that face coverings are mandatory on public and private transportation systems including rideshares, taxis, bus, and commuter rail. Fans are encouraged to stay home if they don’t feel well, or to visit the Country Bank Fan Services Center if they exhibit any potential symptoms of COVID-19 while at Polar Park.
The Worcester Red Sox may update this policy from time to time, and will continue to follow applicable guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the City of Worcester, and Major League Baseball. Please check back for updates prior to your visit to Polar Park.
Eisenberg Assisted Living
“From the very first call I made to inquire about a group visit, my mind was set at ease and I knew this process was going to be smooth. Our coordinator made everything so easy for us to attend a game. During the initial phone call, she was patient with me and answered all my questions. Then on the day of the game, she greeted us and did all she could to make sure we had the best experience at the park. We couldn’t have asked for a better experience that day. We have already booked another group visit for an upcoming game!” - Shannon Sweeney, Keepsake Director, Eisenberg Assisted Living
Southgate at Shrewsbury
"The entire WooSox staff has provided extraordinary accommodations for our seniors to thoroughly enjoy a day at the ballpark on several occasions. From parking to seat location to special tributes, the Woosox team has made sure our folks were safe and enjoyed the outing to the fullest. We look forward to many more excursions to Polar Park to celebrate the greatest American pastime right here in our own backyard." - Deanna Swan, Program Director, Southgate at Shrewsbury
Sturbridge Girls Softball League
“On June 2nd, 2022, the Sturbridge Girls Softball League took over Polar Park. Ryan Nesbit and his team made our softball players feel like VIPs as they welcomed us to their beautiful facility. We were provided excellent seats, a shoutout, photo opportunities with Smiley, fan games throughout the innings, photo opportunities on the field, and an opportunity to celebrate our successful season as teammates, and as a Community. We thank WooSox for empowering our league of future women leaders and for making our evening so memorable.” - Sarah Lemovitz, Fundraising Coordinator, Sturbridge Girls Softball League