Twelve Red Sox Fanatic Proposals, By the Numbers

Love-struck Sox Nationites put a ring on it 57 times during home games at Fenway last season. But you can do better than that. Here’s how to knock your loved one’s sox off, and how much it’ll set you back. By Shina Neo and Katie Reilly

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Cost of hiring Wally to show up for 10 minutes at your wedding reception. He’ll also make a 30-minute appearance for $350.

Minimum donation to the Red Sox Foundation required for an in-game marriage-proposal message on the scoreboard.

Cost of two personalized replica Sox jerseys (may we suggest “Marry me”?).

Cost of a general admission ticket to Picnic in the Park on August 24, which will give you access to the field so you can actually give a diamond on the diamond (with the team as your witnesses).

Minimum donation to the Red Sox Foundation for a “live” proposal during the fifth inning, including an appearance on the video board, a scoreboard message, a visit from Wally, and more.

Cost of shooting your engagement photos in the park.

Cost to have a custom two-piece suit made with a Red Sox jersey lining the inside.

Starting price for a wedding gown made from official Red Sox jerseys.

Price of a replica 2013 Boston Red Sox World Series championship ring (in place of an engagement ring, duh).

Venue fee to hold your wedding ceremony and reception at Fenway.

Cost to have “Marry me, Roberta” written in the sky above Fenway Park during a game.

Cost to have “Marry me, Roberta” mowed into the field at Fenway (no, they won’t do it, no matter how much you pay them).