Fans will have to wait three years to step foot inside Polar Park, the 10,000-seat stadium that will house the Worcester Red Sox (Triple-A, International League). But for now, new renderings released by the city give a glimpse into what the stadium and its surrounding development will look like. Read more here.
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The proposed deal and financing package to bring the Pawtucket Red Sox (Triple-A, International League) to Worcester (MA) cleared its first local legislative hurdle Wednesday night, winning the approval of the City Council Economic Development Committee. Read more here.
Since Pawtucket Red Sox (Triple-A, International League) officials and the city of Worcester (MA) signed a letter of intent about 10 days ago to build a new ballpark and bring the franchise to town, there has been heightened interest in the city from private developers. Read more here.
What’s next for McCoy Stadium, now that the Pawtucket Red Sox (Triple-A, International League) ownership has decided to relocate the franchise to a new ballpark in Worcester (MA). Read more here.
The Worcester (MA) Redevelopment Authority is looking to lay the initial groundwork this week on the process for constructing a 10,000-seat stadium that will eventually be the new home for the Boston Red Sox top minor league team. Read more here.
Minor-league franchise owner Art Solomon said he would personally try to bring a Single-A team to McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket (RI) to replace the Worcester (MA)-bound Pawtucket Red Sox (Triple-A, International League). Read more here.
The Pawtucket Red Sox (Triple-A, International League) are moving to Worcester (MA) and will be building a new 10,000-seat ballpark, team and city officials announced Friday. Red Sox chairman Tom Werner was first to confirm the swirling rumors, saying that the Paw Sox, will be moving to Worcester. Read more and watch news report here. Upon hearing the news, the successful Worcester Bravehearts (Summer Collegiate, Futures League) say they aren’t going anywhere and “don’t back down from a challenge.” Read more here.
— Worcester Bravehearts (@WooBaseball) August 17, 2018