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Archive - May 1, 2014

PawSox Manager: No problem with halting Thursday's game due to fog

May 1, 2014

PAWTUCKET – Kevin Boles had no problem with the umpire’s decision to pull the plug on Thursday’s game. The fog that had engulfed McCoy Stadium reached a point where player safety had been seriously compromised.

Boles had a good view on the final play of this abbreviated contest: a shallow pop fly off the bat of Garin Cecchini that Indianapolis left fielder Chase d’Arnaud had trouble finding. Luckily for the Indians, shortstop Robert Andino – remember him, Red Sox fans? – was able to make the catch for the first out in the home portion of the seventh inning.

Nava’s in good (and familiar) hands with Joppie

May 1, 2014

PAWTUCKET — It’s common to see a number of Pawtucket Red Sox hitters shuffle in and out of the indoor batting tunnel – located a stone’s throw away from the home clubhouse at McCoy Stadium – prior to heading outside for more hitting and on-field work.

This time-tested practice was once again on full display Thursday afternoon, as Bryce Brentz, Alex Hassan, and others chose to take full advantage of the early work services offered by hitting coach Dave Joppie. Daniel Nava was also among the participants, which wasn’t at all shocking.

Barbara A. Childress

May 1, 2014

Barbara A. Childress

PAWTUCKET - Barbara A. Childress, 73 of Pawtucket died Friday. Calling hours Saturday 2:00-5:00 p.m. Lachapelle Funeral Home, 643 Main Street, Pawtucket.
For the full obituary visit www.lachapellefuneralhome.com.

Best Buddies to host walk in Slater Park Sunday

May 1, 2014

PAWTUCKET — There are more than 250 million people worldwide that suffer from IDD, or intellectual and developmental disabilities. About 7.5 million of those people alone live in the United States. Best Buddies Rhode Island is an organization that revolves around making the lives of people with IDD easier. The Best Buddies program of Rhode Island is hosting a “Friendship Walk” that will take place in Slater Park on Sunday, May 4.
Registration begins at 8 a.m. while the walk will commence at 9 a.m.

 

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