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R.I. Senate approves $83M PawSox stadium

As the team remains mum on any potential deal in Worcester, the Rhode Island Senate on Tuesday approved an $83-million ... The proposal requires the construction of 50,000-square-feet of ancillary real estate and a $275 penalty for each day the ballpark ...

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