|Address:||1 Columbus Ave, Pawtucket, RI 02860, USA|
It is a great place to go see a baseball game. I have been to McCoy Stadium several times. I even saw a charity softball game that was played there once. They had fireworks after the softball game. we were sitting a couple of rows above the dugout on the first base side. The last time that I went there was with my sister last year. My sisters friend give us the tickets because her and her husband were not able to go to the game. We had a great time that night. The game was won on an error by the visiting teams third baseman. one of the things that I like about going to McCoy Stadium is that you do not have to spend an arm and a leg there.
Went in with a large group, was free $1 voucher nite. Every one of the vouchers said they had already been used. I could care less about the $1, it was the way the people were treated when they tried to use them that got everyone upset, they were treated like they were trying to scam them out of a dollar. It would be one thing if one or two were messed up, but all of them? We walked in, were given the vouchers, found out seats, and then went to use them, the entire experience was very shady.
We intentionally bought general admission blue seats because 1) it is extremely hot out and wanted to sit under the cover and 2) I am handicapped and need a seat. When we got to the stadium we discovered EVERY SINGLE BLUE SEAT WAS RESERVED!!!!!! Why werent we informed of this when we purchased the tickets???? I am absolutely disgusted with the McCoy management. It will be a long time before we come back!!!!!!
Andrew Seth Miller
If you love the Red Sox, youll love the PawSox. We saw Jackie Bradley Jr. on his last night with the PawSox, before he got the call to report to Fenway for the rest of the season. And, in this season, Jackie Bradley, Jr has been an important part of the Red Sox. Its a fun and comfortable stadium with solid baseball, and a lot of Red Sox history. Come early and visit the team store before the game.
Great, affordable place to watch a baseball game. Food prices are a little high, but thats to be expected at a sporting event. Great kid-friendly atmosphere. The on-field antics in between half innings kept us all entertained (mascot races, fan competitions, trivia, etc). Very easy to bring a young child, who got in for free. Highly recommend going, especially on fireworks nights.
Easy and affordable way to take kids out for a memorable event. Stadium is easy to get to and is never near over capacity. Its not a design marvel but serves its purpose. Best fries I ever had. --- Why change all that? Out of towners dont care about seeing a Paw Sox game even if it is a short walk from the convention center. Most visitors have never heard of the Paw Sox. ---
Went to see the PawSox play last night. It was a good time. Had all kinds of things going on for the kids. The food was okay but could have room for improvement. The fireworks afterwards was fantastic. Loved that they played patriotic songs during the fireworks. I hope that the PawSox will be playing at McCoy stadium for a long time. That always was their home.
All good! Triple A Red Sox affiliate team offers good baseball in a comfortable stadium. The price of admission is right and parking is free, but its good to get there early because these games are well attended and the parking lot fills up. McCoy stadium is the site of the longest professional baseball game ever -- 33 innings!
Stadium is in pretty good shape and a good place to watch a game, decent concessions and good beers usually available at reasonable prices. Can usually find parking on nearby streets, as the lots fill up quickly. Glad theyre going to keep playing here as it would be a waste to build a new stadium from scratch!
It was a beautiful stadium, not too crowded with a lot of options for food. I was especially happy to see gluten free options and healthy options. Its great for families, date nights or just for fun! And afterwards they had an excellent Fourth of July fireworks show!
I enjoyed the game! There was never a dull moment, lots of action in between plays and the whole stadium won a free frosty from Wendys. I was in a Suite and met one of the players (Maddox). Great experience!!! The food was decent, I recommend the Burgers.
Fantastic place to see a ball game for way cheaper than Fenway. The stadium is extremely well maintained, and the food is great and not overly expensive. I dont understand why the Red Sox want a new stadium to be built when this one is so nice.
We love the PawSox and McCoy Stadium. The most family friendly of venues at prices families can truly afford. No price gouging. Nice they work with the local businesses for parking to help the local economy. Just an all around great experience!
Love going here! It has become less family friendly than it was in the past but it is still the best cheap date in Rhode Island or Massachusetts! Parking is not the greatest but definitely able to deal with it for the entertainment value.
Ive been going to Mcoy Stadium since it was built in the mid-40s. What a great place for the entire family. Any one who thinks abandoning this venue is the way to go is not thinking clearly or perhaps, they have a vested $$$$$$ interest.
5 Stars if it wasnt in The Bucket. A great place to take in a game and see the stars of the future or major league players on rehab assignment. Seats are cheap, all of them are good and its even a great place to take the family.
Its special because we grew up with it but its old. There are support beams that block your view and there arent enough concessions. Not to mention prices have go,e up in recent years. Still a nice place to see future stars.
Fun, simple minor league baseball experience. Great fan engagement, food is decent (the large dogs arent really that much larger...bummer), tickets are affordable, and fun watching Triple A ball only 45 minutes from Boston.
Love the Paw Sox! They had lots of games between each inning for the kids and theyre was a school band that played a few songs and my sons school chorus sang too. Its a lot of fun and an inexpensive afternoon for a family!
It was my first time and it was really a lot of fun. I thought that the stadium and the field were immaculate and I was very thankful for the elevator because Ive had knee surgery . I will return. Thank you for the Wendy
I have been coming to this ball park since I was young and still happy I go today. Tickets are very reasonably priced and they are always running deals. There is also healthy food options which not many ball parks have.
Lovely, cozy baseball stadium to host the Boston Red Sox minor league team. Cheap and convenient, you cant go wrong with catching a game to see up and coming talent or some bigger names rehabilitating their way back.
Excellent ball park. Its cheap and gets you close to the action. For a guy who doesnt watch lots of baseball, the game isnt much different to watch, but the experience is WAY better for you dollar than at pro games