If the new owners of the Pawtucket Red Sox have their way, the team's new ballpark would overlook a "quintessential New England" scene of colonial architecture, complete with a church steeple.
During a walking tour of the 4.8-acre plot of land along the Providence River, Pawtucket Red Sox president James Skeffington said the new owners are hopeful that state and local officials will approve of the plan to keep the Triple-A baseball club in the state by moving the team to Providence, where...
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