You can watch ‘Field of Dreams’ at McCoy Stadium tonight

McCoy Stadium will play host this evening for the Annual PawSox Movie Night, presented by Stop & Shop.

At no charge, the Pawtucket Red Sox invite fans to watch “Field of Dreams” in the outfield grass at McCoy Stadium. The movie will be displayed on the Right Field video board. Fans are invited to bring to bring blankets and relax in the Outfield. Gates will open at 5:30 pm and the movie will begin at 6:00 pm.

For more info on this event, visit the Facebook Event for Field of Dreams Movie Night.

Following their seven-game road trip through Scranton and Buffalo, the PawSox return home to McCoy Stadium for a nine-game home-stand August 26th through September 2nd (Monday-Monday) against the Yankees’ and Phillies’ Triple-A affiliates.

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On August 27 (Tuesday), the PawSox will again play as the popular Osos Polares de Pawtucket.

Then on August 29 (Thursday), the PawSox will host Team Poster and Autograph Night. The first 5,000 fans entering the stadium will receive a full-color PawSox Team Poster suitable for framing. From 5-6 PM before the game, fans will also be allowed on the field for pictures and autographs with their favorite players.

On August 30 (Friday), the PawSox will take the field as the Pawtucket Fightin’ Quahogs in a name change that pays homage to one of Rhode Island’s most famous cuisines. The PawSox will wear caps and jerseys featuring the Fightin’ Quahogs logo for the second game of that Friday doubleheader.

On August 31 (Saturday), fans can enjoy post-game fireworks set to music from Motown.

On September 1 (Sunday), fans can play catch on the field and then run the bases post-game on a Sunday FunDay.

During the homestretch, the PawSox will admit for free children 16 and under. They’ll also let “kids run the show” at each game. Parents also have the option to partake of a new “End of Summer Family Bargain” in which they each receive a General Admission ticket, $2 in loaded value (good for food, beverage, or merchandise), and a PawSox cap, all for $12 (a $26 value).

Good tickets are available, and fans can visit the McCoy Stadium box office, which is open Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. through 5 p.m., and during all home games. Fans can also call (401) 724-7300 or log on to PawSox.com for tickets.