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Sunday, June 7 Added for Dining on the Diamond

May 29, 2020

Seatings June 5 and 6 sold out; Waiting List Begun.

Seatings June 5 and 6 sold out; Waiting List Begun.

PAWTUCKET, RI – After selling out all tables for “Dining on the Diamond” at McCoy Stadium on Friday, June 5, and Saturday, June 6, the Pawtucket Red Sox today added Sunday, June 7, with seatings at 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Following current Rhode Island guidelines for outdoor dining, the club will have 20 tables with up to 5 people per table on the infield of the iconic baseball diamond. The club will also provide Curbside Pick Up on this new date as well.

Patrons can make reservations now at

Curbside Pick Up is still available for today, Friday, May 29, and for Friday and Saturday, June 5 and 6, from 5-8 p.m. each evening. Fans receiving their dinners can drive off without ever opening their car doors.

For both Dining on the Diamond and Curbside Pick Up, all ordering must take place in advance, payable via credit card, at In accordance with current state guidelines, reservations are required for Dining on the Diamond, seating is limited to five people per table, and the number of tables is limited to 20 per seating (thus 40 total reservation slots per evening). To accommodate as many fans as possible, fans can dine for one hour. Fans can also call 401-724-7300, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday-Friday, to receive personal service from the PawSox staff.

For Dining on the Diamond, the 20 tables are aligned along the infield dirt, with at least 14 feet between them. Each will be cleaned and disinfected before the first seating and again before the second seating. Any trash will be disposed of between seatings. In case of inclement weather, dining will switch to McCoy’s open-air main concourse (beneath covering), where picnic tables will be available for patrons to enjoy their meals.

The ballclub is working closely with the City of Pawtucket and the Rhode Island Department of Health to ensure compliance with procedures regarding the novel coronavirus. Fans will have to wear masks except when eating, and will be asked to answer self-screening questions prior to admission. See for the current list of questions.

In addition to traditional baseball delicacies, fans can enjoy dinner specials, including vegetarian and gluten free options.

The full menu, which contains items ranging from only $3 to a maximum of $10, includes this “All-Star Starting Lineup:”

  1. Baseball’s Best Hamburgers and Cheeseburgers
  2. Classic Ballpark Hot Dogs
  3. Tasty Chicken Tenders
  4. “McCoy Stadium’s Finest” French Fries
  5. “Nacho Average” Nachos
  6. “Fun and Crunchy” Veggie Nuggets with Ranch Dipping Sauce
  7. Special Dinner: Eggplant Parmesan (ideal for vegetarians)
  8. Special Dinner: Barbeque Meal: Pork and Brisket with Mac ‘n’ Cheese, Cole Slaw, and Corn Bread (not so ideal for vegetarians)
  9. Special Dinner: Grand Slam Hot Dogs: Bacon-Wrapped Hot Dogs with Pulled Pork and Mac ‘n’ Cheese (not even close to vegetarian)
  10. And for the Dessert Closer: A Hood Sports Ice Cream Bar

Beverages such as beer ($5-$6), wine ($15 per bottle), water ($3 per bottle), and soft drinks ($3 per bottle) will also be available for purchase.

Fans can enter the McCoy Stadium parking lot either off Division Street or Columbus Avenue, and follow the marked route. Fans opting for curbside pickup will receive their dinners right in their cars from PawSox staff and will exit via the Service Entrance onto Division Street.

Fans enjoying “Dining on the Diamond” can park free in designated spaces. They will also be able to use restrooms in the PawSox’ and Visitors’ Clubhouse. These areas, together with the PawSox Offices, all underwent a professional deep cleaning this past week.

Gentle ballpark music and photographs on the videoboard celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the PawSox will add to the pre-sunset ambiance.