(7.27) Let’s not forget that this battle has two fronts. Today’s focus will be the decision-makers in Providence City Hall. The ‘Providence Campaign Against the Stadium Deal’ will meet today at 7pm at the Rochambeau Library. From organizer Sam Bell, We have the momentum behind us! The good news keeps rolling in for the campaign […]
(5.26) At the time of this writing tickets are still available for Memorial Day Monday at McCoy Stadium when the PawSox will host the Gwinnett Braves. After the game, fans will be treated to a spectacular fireworks show. And it’s Dollar Menu Monday. The PawSox need some love right now (ProJo 5.23.14) go cheer them
Saturday morning, April 30th, McCoy Stadium is hosting one of those “Great Shredding Events”. Paper only, runs from 8am to noon. Because this is a free service and a large turnout is expected, only items that can be carried will be accepted. No hand trucks, wagons or other types of transport devices will be allowed.
Called on account of Easter. This month marks the 30th anniversary of the longest game in baseball history which of course took place right here in Pawtucket at McCoy Stadium. The game started on April 18th, 1981 and lasted eight hours and 32 innings before being stopped. It ended two months later in one more
The Pawtucket Red Sox organization has announced that owner Ben Mondor died at his home last night at the age of 85. In 1977 Ben Mondor took over a failing minor league baseball team and turned it completely around. In addition to this colossal achievement for which all Rhode Islanders will be eternally grateful, he
Okay, this looks like a promo for The Bachelor — age 30, enjoys deer hunting, meeting lingerie models, and being Texan — are you his San Antonio Rose? But let’s face it, he is kind of adowable. According to the ProJo Beckett, who had reaggravated a previous injury in May “on a wet mound”, is
What better way to start the summer early than by heading over to McCoy stadium and watching the Pawtucket Red Sox CRUSH the Scranton Yankees? Celebrate the $6 tickets with a huge group of people. We’ll be biking from the East Side to The Bucket via Hope Street. Meet up outside Amy Street around 6:15pm.
Start arranging a looooong lunch break for yourself — Kevin Youkilis is the DH today at McCoy in a matchup with the Bisons. He is rehabbing with the Paw Sox for a couple of days. (And if you want your kid to go into professional sports, come up with a name that rhymes with ‘boo’