Big thanks to our local media!

Brandon Workman (pictured left) and Xander Bogaerts spent time this season in Portland.

Brandon Workman (pictured left) and Xander Bogaerts spent time this season in Portland.

I can’t say enough about the local media and how they’ve covered the Red Sox in the playoffs.   The entire media scene in Maine from radio, TV and newspaper has provided excellent content. Below are some of the places you can catch up on the Red Sox thanks to our terrific men and women here in Maine.

Sea Dogs Beat Writer Kevin Thomas
Clearing the Bases Blog

Bangor Daily News – Larry Mahoney
Orono Native Brian Butterfield
Sea Dogs Spotlights by Jeff Schools
Streaming of Sports Shows

Dave Eid live from Fenway Park

Travis Lee from Fenway Park

The Big Jab 96.3 FM…Arnie Beyeler joins Chris Sedenka and Javier Gorriti

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Boston Red Sox (20 former Eastern Leaguers…17 Portland, 2 Reading and 1 Binghamton)

Craig Breslow (Portland 2013 MLB Rehab)

Clay Buchholz (Portland 2007-08)

Ryan Dempster (Portland 1998 as Marlins affiliate)

Felix Doubront (Portland 2009-11)

John Lackey (Portland 2013, MLB Rehab)

Jon Lester (Portland 2005, 2007 – MLB Rehab)

Franklin Morales (Portland 2013, MLB Rehab)

Junichi Tazawa (Portland 2009, 2011)

Koji Uehara (Bowie 2010)

Brandon Workman (Portland 2012-13)

Position Players

Quintin Berry
(Reading, 2009-10)

Xander Bogaerts (Portland 2012-13)

Mike Carp
(Binghamton, 2007-08)

Stephen Drew (Portland 2013, MLB Rehab)

Jacoby Ellsbury (Portland 2006-07)

Will Middlebrooks (Portland 2011)

Daniel Nava (Portland 2009)

David Ortiz (Portland 2008, MLB Rehab)

Dustin Pedroia (Portland 2005)

David Ross (Portland 2013, MLB Rehab)

Shane Victorino (Reading, MLB Rehab 2007-08, ’11)


I would love to see the Sea Dogs join so I could watch them from here in Michigan. Some of the other EL teams are featured, so at least I can catch a few of their road games.

Hey Mike…we’re adding Milb.TV this year…so excited about it. Thanks for the note.


Great! I look forward to watching them. I really hope I can make it back to Hadlock Field for a live game, though. A very unique and fan friendly stadium.

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