The sixth annual signature event returns to Fenway Park, home to the Boston Red Sox and the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball. Since 1912 Fenway has hosted 11 World Series and the 2019 and 2020 Future Stars Series Main Events. This invitation-only 3-game series features the best and brightest high school players from around the country who have been identified by Future Stars Series National Scouting Staff through the National Combine and Partner Scout Days.
Booth said, “We’re back in Boston at a very familiar ballpark in a very familiar city. Memories have been made here for all of us in the Series, and it’s very nice to be welcomed back at Fenway after a year away. It’s a special place for anyone who’s been there, and it’s an experience that won’t be forgotten. With that, I want to personally thank the Mets front office and organization for an exceptional and warm reception for hosting the Future Stars Series Main Event at Citifield in 2021. Marc Tramuta, Tommy Tanous, Brian Glynn, and Matthew Cowan went above and beyond to make us feel at home. They are the epitome of class, and we are indebted to them for their treatment and care. We look forward to more opportunities with them for Future Stars Series events. “