Archive - Sep 6, 2013
PAWTUCKET â Phil Frodio makes no bones about it. Heâs here to do some serious eating, and for a 77-year-old foodie like Frodio, there was no better place to be Friday night than the Blackstone River Party and Taste of the Valley in and around Slater Mill on Roosevelt Avenue.
âIâm probably going to go home sick tonight,â Frodio says over his second bowl of pasta and sausage.
PAWTUCKET â Hear Matt Barnes talk about recently-arrived catcher Christian Vazquez and itâs clear that whoever takes the mound on a given day is in good hands.
PAWTUCKET â Steven Wright returned to McCoy Stadium on Thursday afternoon. His Pawtucket Red Sox teammates didnât get back from Rochester until 5:30 on Friday morning.
The move to make sure that Pawtucketâs Game 3 starter was well rested paid off handsomely. Wrightâs knuckleball baffled the Rochester hitters to the tune of 6.1 scoreless innings as the PawSox downed the Red Wings, 5-1, before 4,681 enthusiastic and supportive fans Friday night at McCoy Stadium.
LINCOLN â Fans flocked to Lincoln High's Ferguson Field on Thursday afternoon/evening to catch a glimpse of what their varsity grid teams may offer this season in the Rhode Island Interscholastic League's four divisions.
Perhaps the most tense tilt for the crowds attending this R.I. Injury Fund quadruple-header came in the form of Shea's 7-0 victory over Woonsocket, that a battle of usual Division II mainstays. The most entertaining contest, however, was the third, a free-for-all between D-I's East Providence and D-II's St. Raphael Academy.