We know the General Assembly won't consider a proposed Pawsox stadium legislation this session. They may consider a special fall session to do so. There's been little to no reaction from the Pawsox ownership after their revised pitch asking the state for $23 million bucks and the city of Pawtucket another $15 million received a tepid response at best. Some folks think the ownership of multi-millionaires should pony up all the dough...close to $80 million...themselves. Others seem wary of ANY taxpayer dollars going to construction of a stadium after getting torched in the 38 STUDIOS debacle. I was born and raised in Pawtucket and I've taken in many a minor league game at McCoy stadium. I even had a season pass for the Eastern League Cleveland farm team the Pawtucket Indians in the late 60's. As a baseball fan, I'll find it a very sad day if the Pawsox do pull up stakes and move out. It'll be a devastating loss for the city but also equally as devastating for a game that is losing young fans. Major League baseball's fan base is old for a number of reasons. The marquee games start far too late, a product of the TV advertising money grab. Another reason is few can afford to take their kids to a major league game. According to Bankrate.com, Fenway Park is the most expensive ballpark both in terms of average ticket price at $52 bucks. Beer at Fenway costs 65 cents an ounce and parking fees are through the roof.