The minor league team’s new co-owner, a famed Rhode Island lawyer, had spent the last four months lobbying for a new ballpark.
Here’s a summary of why the team’s new owners say the cost of fixing up the Pawtucket stadium would be prohibitive.
The ballpark would be a great thing “for the owners to spend their own money on,” Holy Cross’s Victor Matheson told local leaders.
If a deal cannot be reached with Providence, the PawSox may find a new home outside Rhode Island.
Three months after proposing a move to Providence, the PawSox ownership has yet to meet with the City Council.
House Democrats met behind closed doors Wednesday and discussed the proposed plan to move the team.
House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello has called a closed-door Democratic caucus for Wednesday afternoon to discuss the topic with house lawmaker…
Ticket sales spiked after the 1999 renovation and Boston’s first two World Series victories, but fewer fans have been showing up recently.
The governor reiterated that her priority is “looking out for the taxpayers and setting the state on a path of economic growth,” according t…
One of the most influential members of the governor’s cabinet says in order to make the deal a reality – taxpayers will need to have less sk…
Attendance at the Pawtucket stadium is down significantly since the recession – but it’s still relatively high for the size of the market.
But the PawSox said they have no interest in building their proposed downtown stadium on the other property, located near Davol Square.
“I understand there’s a little bit of human nature that is kind of resistant to change,” he said. “But there are times when an opportunity p…
The governor said the team’s request for $4 million a year and free land “isn’t fair to Rhode Islanders,” but she plans to keep negotiating.
The team wants the Providence City Council to approve 30 years of no property taxes for a new downtown PawSox stadium.
Red Sox President Larry Lucchino is among the minor league team’s executives who will be in Providence for the pitch.
Despite receiving offers from surrounding cities, President Jim Skeffington said the priority is to keep the team in Rhode Island.
The new owners of the Pawtucket Red Sox are hoping to build a 10,000-seat stadium on the Providence waterfront.
The team’s new owners unveiled an $85-million proposal for a 10,000-seat, taxpayer-subsidized ballpark overlooking the river.
The team’s new owners have expressed interest in moving the PawSox from Pawtucket to Providence by 2017.
State Representative Patricia Morgan introduced the bill Wednesday, calling for help and proclaiming that, “the people need a right to vote.…
Construction has again been delayed for a pedestrian bridge linking downtown Providence with the College Hill and Fox Point neighborhoods.
The secretary of state says they need to comply with the law as they seek support for a new stadium in downtown Providence.
The president of the Providence City Council said “we want to be ready” for the team’s request for public support.
Sean’s Pawtucket Life Twitter account was growing before he decided to seek fan support for saving his hometown team.