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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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  • Sports Week in Review

    Sports Week in Review

    By Benjamin Larsen MLB Opening Day: So it begins. The 2014 Major League Baseball season is officially underway today and fans across New England couldn’t be happier about it. Last season’s worst-to-first, World Series-winning season was a memorable one and hopes are high heading into the start of the 2014 season. The key departures (Jacoby Ellsbury, Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Jenny Dell) have been overshadowed by new arrivals (A.J. Pierzyinski, Xander Bogaerts) but the two biggest stories of the preseason were undoubtedly […]

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Cox to air NE Little League Regionals on Wednesday

    Cox to air NE Little League Regionals on Wednesday

    NESNplus is carrying the New England Little League Regional Tournament game between Rye (NH) and Lincoln (RI). Wednesday’s regional game between Lincoln, Rhode Island and Rye, NH will air LIVE on Wednesday at 1pm, channels 5 and 1005 HD,  for Cox subscribers in RI The tournament takes place in Bristol, Conn. starting Friday, Aug. 6, and features New England’s six Little League state champions from Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. The winner advances to the Little […]

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  • Baseball Championship Recap

    Baseball Championship Recap

    Joe Kayata recaps the Boys’ Division 1 and 2 championships. Hendricken repeated as D1 champs with two victories over North Kingstown while Narragansett swept Westerly for the D2 title.

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  • Three Rhode Islanders Selected in MLB Draft

    Three Rhode Islanders Selected in MLB Draft

    Tom Pannone, Jeff Roy and Nick Zammarelli were all drafted in this year’s Major League Baseball draft.

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  • Rhode Island Gatorade Baseball Player of the Year

    Rhode Island Gatorade Baseball Player of the Year

    Senior Mike King of Bishop Hendricken High School was named Rhode Island Gatorade Baseball Player of the Year after a perfect 7-0 record and 67 strikeouts on the season. King has signed a letter of intent to play at Boston College next year.

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  • David Hopkins is in the CAPTAIN’S CORNER

    David Hopkins is in the CAPTAIN’S CORNER

    David Hopkins, a pitcher at East Greenwich High School, has overcome adversity to become the leader he is today. Hopkins battled cancer and is now the number one pitcher on the Avengers’ staff. Joe Kayata caught up with the senior in this week’s edition of the Captain’s Corner.

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