Boston Red Sox

Get your WWE belts, tie dye shirts and Darth Vader costumes ready because the Boston Red Sox are bringing back ‘Theme Nights’ to Fenway Park once again for the 2018 season.

Chris Sale and the Red Sox will open up their regular season on Thursday, March 29, as they’ll head to Tropicana Field to take on the Tampa Bay Rays at 4:10 p.m.

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If nothing changes in the rotation, Sale should be in line to get the start in the Red Sox’ home opener at 2:05 p.m. on Thursday, April 5, over at Fenway Park.

Throughout the season, the Red Sox have scheduled a series of “Theme Nights” that will occur throughout the season at Fenway Park.

Here’s a list of the upcoming Theme Nights:

Class of 2018: April 13, April 30 and May 14

Sports & Entertainment Career Fair: April 13 vs. Baltimore Orioles

Autism Speaks: April 28 vs. Tampa Bay Rays

Wally’s Birthday: April 29 vs. Tampa Bay Rays

Star Wars Night: May 1 vs. Kansas City Royals

Cheers Night: May 14 vs. Oakland A’s

College Series (UMass: Amherst): May 16 vs. Oakland A’s

Fenway Cornhole Classic: May 19 vs. Baltimore Orioles

Margaritaville Night: May 29 vs. Toronto Blue Jays

Jewish Heritage Night: June 5 vs. Detroit Tigers

BOSTON – Fans celebrate Pride Night before a game between the Boston Red Sox and the Detroit Tigers at Fenway Park on June 9, 2017 in Boston. (Photo by Adam Glanzman/Getty Images)

Pride Night: June 7 vs. Detroit Tigers

Country Night: July 9 vs. Texas Rangers

Catholic Night: July 10 vs. Texas Rangers

WWE Night: July 11 vs. Texas Rangers

Grateful Dead Night: July 30 vs. Philadelphia Phillies

Peanuts Night: August 20 vs. Cleveland Indians

College Series (Boston College): September 12 vs. Toronto Blue Jays

Halfway to St. Patrick’s Day: September 13 vs. Toronto Blue Jays

College Series (Northeastern University): September 24 vs. Baltimore Orioles

Law Enforcement Night: September 25 vs. Baltimore Orioles

College Series (Harvard): September 25 vs. Baltimore Orioles

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It’s “officially” spring, yet it still feels and looks like winter, but we can definitely start looking forward to those wicked hot summer days and the occasionally cool summer night.

And speaking of looking ahead, this year’s All-Star Game is happening on Tuesday, July 17 at Nationals Park in our Nation’s Capital. To close out the year, the Red Sox will welcome the New York Yankees to Fenway Park for a three-game series over the last weekend of September.

— By John ‘The Dude’ Hardiman,

John Hardiman is a Digital Producer for Any opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of 98.5 The Sports Hub, Beasley Media Group, or any subsidiaries. Have a news tip, question, or comment for John? Hit him up on Twitter @HardiDude or e-mail him at