Chronological Tour: Stop 5

Home of the Longest Game



Main entrance to the renovated McCoy Stadium, May-2010.

The seating bowl, after the renovation, Jul-2000.

Additional bleachers in the outfield only enhance the facility.

Quick Facts: Rating: 3 baseballs

The new left-field cupola at sunset.
Baseball history was made 18-Apr-1981 at McCoy Stadium. That night, the Pawtucket Red Sox and Rochester Red Wings played until after 4 in the morning without determining a winner. The game wound up going 33 innings, a professional record.

The venerable old park received a face lift prior to the 1999 season; the stadium was completely redone, and even the field moved a few feet to allow for 2,998 extra seats. I got back to it in 2000, and as you can see, itís greatly improved. In any case, itís still the real McCoy.


The park, pre-renovation (1995): Exterior | Field
Game # Date League Level Result
28 Fri 29-Jul-1988 International AAA Tidewater 5, PAWTUCKET 4
169 Sun 30-Jul-1995 International AAA PAWTUCKET 4, Syracuse 2
320 Sat 1-Aug-1998 International AAA Rochester 8, PAWTUCKET 1
409 Sat 8-Jul-2000 International AAA PAWTUCKET 4, Scranton 3
466 Fri 13-Jul-2001 International AAA Scranton 9, PAWTUCKET 5
1054 Sat 29-May-2010 International AAA PAWTUCKET 7, Norfolk 2
1133 Mon 1-Aug-2011 International AAA PAWTUCKET 4, Louisville 3
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