Attractive season pass providing a Mr. Roland J. Carrier with access to all Boston Red Sox games at Fenway Park for the 1937 season. Certainly not the greatest of all Red Sox seasons, manager Joe Croning took the team to an 80-72-2 record, good for fifth place in the American League. Just two seasons later, the Red Sox would add Ted Williams, who would make an immediate impact on the team and its record.
The pass displays plenty of evidence of use, in the form of staining and soiling, clearly accompanying Mr. Carrier to many a game. Still, an outstanding early pass, colorful and ornate.