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  • Red Sox Down on the Farm

    Red Sox Down on the Farm

    -Week of April 14th- Pawtucket Garin Cecchini, 3B: The highly-touted third baseman has continued to impress at the Triple-A level. In 38 at-bats, he’s hitting .316 with a .366 on-base percentage. When Will Middlebrooks went down with a wrist injury and onto the disabled list, it looked as though Cecchini was going to get the call. He was overlooked in favor of free agent Ryan Roberts, though, meaning Cecchini will have to continue to prove himself at Pawtucket. Allen Webster, […]

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  • The 4th Best Thing About Rhode Island: McCoy Stadium

    The 4th Best Thing About Rhode Island: McCoy Stadium

    In this clip from the Emmy Award winning series “Biggest Little Countdown”, our panel of experts discuss one of the BEST THINGS ABOUT LIVING IN RHODE ISLAND: McCoy Stadium. Few things feel as Rhode Island in the summertime as spending a night at McCoy Stadium. This clip features Nick Rabar, Bert Crenca, Providence College Men’s Basketball Coach Ed Cooley, Lizzi Weinberg and Alec Beckett from NAIL, John Taraborelli, Anne Mulhall, Scott Duhamel, Rudy Cheeks, Baby Fighterfly & Sass E. McNasty […]

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  • Cox Sports: The Week in Review

    Cox Sports: The Week in Review

    By Benjamin Larsen Another busy week in New England sports has come to a close. Here are just a few of the stories we followed this week. (For your college basketball fix, check out why Vin Parise thinks UCONN has what it takes to win the championship vs Kentucky.) Home not so sweet for Sox The 2014 Major League Baseball regular season kicked off this past week and the Red Sox returned to Fenway Park for a memorable home-opener filled […]

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  • Hope Springs Eternal in Pawtucket

    Hope Springs Eternal in Pawtucket

    Hope springs eternal. That was the theme at last Tuesday’s Pawsox Media Day at McCoy Stadium. New manager Kevin Boles has a Triple A team that is loaded to the gils, ripe and ready to stock the parent club with live arms and even livelier bats. Boles spent the last three seasons managing Double-A Portland. Night in and night out, local trips to Pawtucket are sure to be filled with high quality Triple-A talent on display as tomorrow’s Boston superstars […]

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  • Opening Night at McCoy Stadium

    Opening Night at McCoy Stadium

    It’s Opening Night at McCoy Stadium so we’re going to take a look back at some of the sights and sounds from Opening Night in 2010. For more on the Pawtucket Red Sox, check out this video about the grounds crew at McCoy Stadium and this clip from The Biggest Little Countdown.

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  • Paws in Time: Cox Sports talks with Sox hottest pitcher Craig Breslow

    Paws in Time: Cox Sports talks with Sox hottest pitcher Craig Breslow

    Way back in 2007,Cox Sports interviewed a young Red Sox pitching prospect named Craig Breslow,then pitching for Pawtucket. Sitting in right field at McCoy Stadium, host Dan Hoard and his guest talked about everything from Breslow’s college days at Yale studying medicine, to his road to becoming a professional baseball player. Fast-forward  to 2013, and Breslow is the key left-handed reliever in the Boston Red Sox bullpen – playing a decisive role in Game 4 of the Division Series against the […]

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  • PawSox Season Ends in 7-0 Loss to Durham

    PawSox Season Ends in 7-0 Loss to Durham

    The Durham Bulls scored early to grab a quick 7-0 lead and their pitching held the PawSox to just two singles in their victory to claim their 4th Governors’ Cup since 2002 in beating Pawtucket 3-1 in the best-of-five series. Fighting for their playoff lives, the Pawtucket Red Sox needed a victory in Game Four over Durham to keep their season going. It took 14 innings for someone to score in Game Three, but Durham took just five batters to […]

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  • Ranaudo leads PawSox to 2-1 victory in Governors’ Cup

    Ranaudo leads PawSox to 2-1 victory in Governors’ Cup

    In a classic playoff game, the Pawtucket Red Sox scored two runs in the 8th and held off a late charge from the Durham Bulls to escape with a 2-1 victory in Game 1 of the Governors’ Cup Championship series. On the mound, it was a battle of former 1st round picks with Anthony Ranaudo on the hill for Pawtucket and Jake Odorizzi starting for Durham. It would be the Bulls who would strike first in the 2nd inning as […]

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  • Buchholz Looks Good in 2nd Rehab; PawSox Win 7-2

    Buchholz Looks Good in 2nd Rehab; PawSox Win 7-2

    Clay Buchholz and a stable of five relievers shut down Rochester in a 7-2 PawSox victory to even the Best-of-Five series at a game apiece as Semi-Finals shift to McCoy Stadium after two games at Frontier Field. Buchholz made his second rehab start with Pawtucket. He tossed three scoreless frames with five strikeouts. The series will shift to McCoy Stadium Friday night at 7:05pm for Game Three of the best of five set with Rochester. Pawtucket will send knuckleballer Steven […]

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  • Paws in Time: Red Sox Dustin Pedroia in Pawtucket

    Paws in Time: Red Sox Dustin Pedroia in Pawtucket

    It seems like just yesterday, but it was actually back in 2006 when Dan Hoard, then host of our “Talkin’ PawSox” show, interviewed infield prospect Dustin Pedroia. Seated in right field of McCoy Stadium, Pedroia was recovering from shoulder injury which he had suffered in his very first swing of ’06 Red Sox Spring training. At the time, just about everyone had their doubts about the diminutive 2nd baseman with the swing that was “way too big.” Watch the video […]

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