Homestand Photos

The PawSox first homestand of 2012 wraps up this afternoon with a 12:05 first pitch against Lehigh Valley. Here are some photos from the first five games of the season at McCoy Stadium thanks to photographer Kelly O’Connor.

PawSox manager Arnie Beyler and hitting coach Gerald Perry share a laugh during the player introductions on Opening Night.

Pawtucket outfielder Daniel Nava being introduced on Opening Night.

Pre-Game ceremonies on the field prior to Opening Night at McCoy on Thursday.

Easter Candy Hunt! Thousands of pieces of candy were picked up in minutes in-between Saturday’s doubleheader.

Smores, anyone? Nate Spears stays warm during Game 2 of the doubleheader.

Alex Hassan, in his first Triple-A start in right field, gunned down speedy Dominic Brown at home trying to score on a sacrifice fly attempt.

PawSox first baseman Lars Anderson showing off some pre-game ball skills.

Shortstop Jose Iglesias has already dazzled defensively this season.

It seems as if center fielder Che-Hsuan Lin makes a catch like this every night.

Nate Spears signing autographs for some kids above.

Catcher Ryan Lavarnway makes time to sign for some young fans in a sutie.

Hall of Famer Ryne Sandberg is in his second season managing Lehigh Valley.

Second baseman Nate Spears makes a diving stop on a ball in Game 2 of Saturday’s doubleheader.

Thanks again to Kelly O’Connor for bundling up and taking these great pics. Steve and I hit the air at 11:50 this morning for the series finale versus the IronPigs.

Talk with you then.

-AG

@aaronmgoldsmith
agoldsmith@pawsox.com

3 Comments

Great pics!!

I realize I’m a dumb MidWesterner from St Louis and can’t possbilby be as advanced as you Easterners but……please explain why some photos of the PawSox have them in Red Sox Shirts with PawSox baseball hats and others show them in PawSox Shirts with PawSox Baseball caps. What’s the scoop?

Sure thing: “PawSox” is short for “Pawtucket Red Sox.” Although you would never say “Pawtucket PawSox,” either PawSox or Red Sox is the correct name for the team. That’s why they can wear a shirt that says “Red Sox” while still wearing a hat with the Pawtucket “P.” Hope that helps!

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