The Pawtucket Red Sox moved to Bristol, CT for the 1973 season and became known as the Bristol Red Sox. As the AA affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, the Bristol squad had only one losing season, their first, and won the Eastern League Championship in 1975, 1978, and 1981.

Following the 1982 season, owner Joe Buzas announced that the baseball team would be moving to a new stadium, Beehive Field, in nearby New Britain, Connecticut where they would be known as the New Britain Red Sox. Read more... 
Tuesday, March 13, 2007
Former Bristol Red Sox pitcher Roswell Brayton Jr., who went on to become the president and CEO of Woolrich Inc. after his playing days has died. Read more...
Friday, July 29, 2005
As he packed his van for the long drive home to Tampa in late summer 1981, Wade Boggs watched some of his teammates pack their bags for the majors. Read more...

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