Archive - Jun 30, 2011
PAWTUCKET â The feet of Jose Iglesias proved to be the difference in Pawtucketâs 6-5 win over Rochester Thursday. The shortstop prospect, known more for his defense than causing havoc on the basepaths, swiped two bases in the bottom of the eighth with the score knotted at 5-5. A wild pitch by Rochesterâs Anthony Slama proved fortuitous as Iglesias scampered home, sliding feet-first.
PAWTUCKET â Sometimes staying put may well prove the best option. Kevin Millwood agrees, hence why heâs not looking to leave the Red Sox organization anytime soon.
âI enjoy it here and feel that there could be some opportunity in the future [to once more pitch in the big leagues],â said Millwood, addressing the thought process behind not exercising a recent opt-out date in his contract. âIt just seemed like a good situation to stay here and keep pitching. âMy biggest thing is this is a place Iâve enjoyed. I like the organization and hopefully it works out.â
PAWTUCKET â Darlington Americanâs 2011 Major Division All-Stars revived some memories of leagueâs illustrious District II history on Thursday with a 10-0 mercy rule romp over Riverside in the playoff opener for both teams.
DALL broke open a 0-0 game in the bottom of the third inning with a seven-run explosion that featured three home runs. Leadoff hitter Elliot Vadnais, cleanup batter Sean Dunphy and No. 9 batter Nick Crawley all homered as the home team sent 12 batters to the plate in the inning.
Doris T. Pacheco
LINCOLN - Doris T. Pacheco, 83 of Lincoln and formerly of Pawtucket died on Wednesday (June 29). Born in Pawtucket, a daughter of the late Joseph and Olivine (Lachance) Fournier, she had been an employee of the former ITT Electric Company. She was a former communicant of St. Cecilia Church.
John W. Motyka
CENTRAL FALLS - John W. Motyka 80, of George Street passed away Tuesday June 28, 2011 at the Woonsocket Health & Rehabilitation Center. He was the beloved husband of the late Lucille G. (Hardy) Motyka who passed away Saturday May 28, 2011.
Born in Central Falls he was a son of the late Walter and Anna (Sokoloski) Motyka. He was a life long resident of Central Falls.
Before retiring he was employed as a Truck Driver for the Olin Hunt Chemical Co. Prior to that he worked for the Pawtucket Screw Co.