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Top Red Sox prospect Jackie Bradley Jr. to appear at PawSox Hot Stove Party

January 13, 2013

Pawtucket Red Sox catcher Dan Butler - a member of the club's 2012 Governors' Cup winning ball club - will be in attendance at the PawSox Hot Stove Party, set for Saturday, Jan. 26 at McCoy Stadium. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE PAWTUCKET RED SOX.

PAWTUCKET – The Pawtucket Red Sox will hold their annual wintertime gathering for fans – better known as the Hot Stove League Party – on Saturday, Jan. 26 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at McCoy Stadium.
New PawSox manager Gary DiSarcina will give fans a preview of what the 2013 club figures to look like as Pawtucket sets out to defend its Governors’ Cup championship. Several PawSox players and top Red Sox prospects like OF Jackie Bradley Jr., OF Justin Henry, catcher Dan Butler, and pitcher Allen Webster are expected to attend the party and will be available for photos and autographs.
Please enter the ballpark through the entry tower in left field. The 2013 Hot Stove Party will once again be held inside the hallowed confines of the McCoy Clubhouse and batting tunnels. No RSVP is necessary and please feel free to invite family and friends.
Fans in attendance will have the chance to purchase tickets as the box office at McCoy will be open for walk-up business. Food and drink will be served, baseball talk will fill the air, and the latest in PawSox merchandise will be available inside the team store.

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