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McCoy StadiumPawtucket Red Sox

1 Columbus Ave, Pawtucket, RI, 02860
    The McCoy Stadium is home to the minor league baseball team of the International League, the Pawtucket Red Sox. The stadium opened in 1942 after a little under two years of construction with initial construction costs of $1.5 million. The stadium has been renovated and expanded several times with renovation costs of just under $15 million. The stadium is located in Pawtucket, Rhode Island and has a current seating capacity of 10,031 that can be expanded to 11,800 with berm and bleacher seating as well as standing room. The ballpark has permanent lighting for night games and the field features a natural grass playing surface. There are restrooms and concessions located in the main concourse area.

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    • McCoy Stadium
      1 Columbus Ave   Pawtucket, RI 02860
      Call at (401) 724-7300

    Venue Details

    • 1946
    • Ben Mondor
    • Outdoor
    • Unknown
    • No
    • No
    • Grass
    • 10031


    • 325Ft
    • 375Ft
    • 400Ft
    • 375Ft
    • 325Ft
    • 8Ft
  • ATMs

    • Near Cox Fan Center behind home plate


    • gates A-B

      • Along 1st base side
      • Yes
    • Gate C

      • Center Field
  • Parking:

    • On Site - General

      • Free
      • No
    • Quebecor World - General

      • $2.00
      • No
  • Upcoming Events

    • No event is scheduled here.

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    General Info

    • N
    • Unknown
    • N

    Carry-In Restrictions

    • Prohibited
    • 16oz or less permitted
    • Permitted
    • Permitted, all bags are subject to search

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    • Great change of pace for people from the Boston Metro area. You can get a ticket to a game, food and parking for under $30. You’ve spent that before you’ve even gotten out of your car at Fenway! While it may seem like a long trip from Boston I typically travel to see the PawSox once a year and have never taken more than 45min to an hour to get back home from the stadium. For parking, don't panic and pay for a spot blocks from the stadium when there is more than enough parking less than a block away at the exact same price. The food is typical stadium food but far more reasonably priced. If you're bringing kids, get there a little early and you can get plenty of autographs and maybe even a ball. The PawSox really make themselves available before the game. A key to getting autographs----- bring an empty 2 liter bottle and string. Cut out a section from the 2 liter bottle so a baseball and pen/marker can easily fit and then Tie the string to the bottle. Use this contraption to lower your ball down to the players who will happily sign and pass the ball around. You need this because there is a drop off from the seats down to the bench and this solves the problem. My kids loved it! -----Doug, Boston MA
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