VIDEO: Take a Virtual Tour of Polar Park, Home of the ‘WooSox’

by | Nov 25, 2019 | Headlines, News, Sports, WooSox

On Monday night, the Worcester Red Sox announced the “WooSox” nickname, rolled out several new team logos, and presented a tour of the future Polar Park.

WATCH BELOW: Take a Virtual Tour of Polar Park, Home of the “WooSox”

 

During the event — “Who Beats the WooSox?” — Pawtucket Red Sox president Dr. Charles Steinberg revealed a virtual tour video of plans for Polar Park.

In addition to the virtual tour, the team rolled out new logos and designs for the WooSox featuring a character with the Harvey Ball Smiley Face and a “W” connected by a heart in reference to the city’s own nickname, “The Heart of the Commonwealth,”  

 

VIDEO: Take a Virtual Tour of Polar Park, Home of the 'WooSox' 2

The new “WooSox” logo revealed on Monday night.


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