No PawSox stadium deal this legislative session

THE APEX DEPARTMENT STORE SITE along the Pawtucket River is where the Pawtucket Red Sox organization wants to build its replacement ballpark for McCoy Stadium.
THE APEX DEPARTMENT STORE SITE along the Pawtucket River is where the Pawtucket Red Sox organization wants to build its replacement ballpark for McCoy Stadium. /COURTESY PAWTUCKET RED SOX
PAWTUCKET – Absent some dramatic turn of events, there will be no Pawtucket Red Sox stadium deal this legislative session. House Speaker Nicholas A. Mattiello says he will not allow the introduction of a bill asking for state subsidies to fund the proposed $83 million Triple-A stadium deal, unless it’s requested directly by Gov. Gina…

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