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Pawtucket Red Sox Tickets
League: International League (AAA)
Home Field: McCoy Stadium - Pawtucket, R.I.
Major League Affiliation: Boston Red Sox
2019 Record: 59-81
Pawtucket Red Sox TicketsThe Pawtucket Red Sox, frequently called the PawSox, are the top-level minor league affiliates for the Boston Red Sox. Located less than 50 miles away from Fenway Park, McCoy Stadium is where the next generation of Red Sox prospects hone their skills and fight for a spot on the Major League roster. Fans attending a Pawtucket Red Sox game can expect to see top-notch baseball and a Major League atmosphere. The local enthusiasm for the Red Sox is on full display here as Pawtucket regularly sees much larger crowds than the average minor league baseball games. Much to the dismay of some local fans, the 2020 season will be the final season that the PawSox call Pawtucket and McCoy Stadium their home, moving across the border to Worchester, Mass., after the season. You should not miss your chance to see a game at historic McCoy Stadium during the final season of PawSox baseball in Rhode Island. Save on your Pawtucket Red Sox tickets by buying them at StubHub.
Who are some notable players who have played for the Pawtucket Red Sox?There are so many legendary Boston Red Sox players who have passed through Pawtucket, it’s not possible to list them all. Wade Boggs, Roger Clemens and Mike Greenwell are just a few of the greats to have spent time playing in Pawtucket. Some more superstars who have been on the PawSox roster include Alex Ochoa, Nomar Garciaparra and 2004 World Series MVP Manny Ramirez. Because Pawtucket is often the team of choice for Red Sox players recovering from an injury, fans never know who they will see at a PawSox game.
What are some records set by the Pawtucket Red Sox?In the 50-year history of PawSox baseball, there have been lots of memorable games. No other game, however, would be quite like the one between the Rochester Red Wings and the Pawtucket Red Sox on April 18th, 1981. Lasting eight hours over two days, the two teams played for a staggering 33 innings before a Pawtucket run in the bottom of the inning finally gave them a 3-2 victory. Several other records were set throughout this historic game, widely considered the longest baseball game in history. Hall of Fame baseball player Cal Ripken Jr played third base for the Rochester Red Wings at the time. At one point, Rochester’s coach reminded him to watch for a bunt, to which Ripken replied, "I've been watching for the bunt for 23 innings now."
Have the Pawtucket Red Sox ever won a championship?The Pawtucket Red Sox have won the championship trophy of the Independent League, The Governor’s Cup on four different occasions. The most recent win came in 2014 when the team won their second championship in only three seasons. Before 2012, the PawSox had experienced a 28-year drought with their last championship win in 1984.
What is the history of McCoy Stadium?Known for being the home of the longest recorded professional baseball game, McCoy stadium will host the Pawtucket Red Sox for the final time in 2020. Formerly known as one of the smallest stadiums in baseball, a 1999 renovation improved the facility and increased the seating capacity to over 10,000. McCoy Stadium also received luxury box seating and meeting space in the upgrade. The facility also hosts other sports, including soccer and football.
When will the Pawtucket Red Sox play their last regular-season game at McCoy Stadium?The Pawtucket Red Sox will play their last regular-season home game at McCoy Stadium on Monday, September 7th, 2020. The following season the Pawtucket Red Sox will permanently move to their new home stadium Polar Park in Worchester, Mass.
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