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McCoy Stadium

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McCOY STADIUM, PAWTUCKET RHODE ISLAND

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Rewind: 2002 Piece on McCoy Stadium, Ben Mondor

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Up & Adam: Have PawSox Already Played Final Game At McCoy Stadium?

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McCoy Stadium Promo

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Joe Rocco Gets Kicked Out of McCoy Stadium

McCoy Stadium is a Minor League baseball stadium in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. It is currently home to the Pawtucket Red Sox of the International League and affiliate of the Boston Red Sox. The stadium was completed in 1946 as the home for the Pawtucket Slaters, an affiliate of the Boston Braves. Since 1969, the stadium has hosted the Pawtucket Red Sox. In 1981, the stadium hosted the longest professional baseball game in history, where the Paw Sox defeated the Rochester Red Wings after 33 innings by a score of 3–2.
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