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The way the game should be played…Day Baseball at Hadlock

The Sea Dogs conclude their four-game series with the New Britain Rock Cats (Twins affiliate) on Sunday afternoon at Hadlock Field.

After losing 17-1 in the opener, Portland has two in a row, 12-1 and 7-1.

Allen Webster started the 2012 Field of Dreams at Hadlock Field...Today his dreams come true at Fenway.

Allen Webster started the 2012 Field of Dreams at Hadlock Field…Today his dreams come true at Fenway.

Coverage begins at 12:40 PM on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network

Pre-Game Interview: Sea Dogs’ Manager Kevin Boles

Portland Lineup: Wilkerson 8, Bogaerts 6, Shaw 3, Linares 7, Thomas DH, Vitek 5, Hissey 9, Meneses 4, Rosario 2, Britton LHP

New Britain Lineup: Richardson 8, Santana 6, Hanson 5, Pinto DH, Ortiz 7, Rohlfing 2, Smith 3, Beresford 4, Goncalves 9, Hermsen RHP

ABOVE WATER: The Sea Dogs and Rock Cats (Twins affiliate) conclude their four-game series on Sunday afternoon at Hadlock Field…Portland dropped the opener 17-1, but has scored 19 of the last 21 runs in the series…With yesterday’s win, the Sea Dogs went over .500 for the first time since they won the 2011 season opener (their best record that season)…Portland has not been two games over .500 since July 22, 2010 when they were 50-48…Opening Night starter Drake Britton, makes his second career start against B.J. Hermsen.

NOW THAT’S BETTER: Ryan Dent knocked in three runs and Anthony Ranaudo (2-0) worked 5.2 innings, leading the Sea Dogs to a 7-1 win over the New Britain Rock Cats on Saturday afternoon…Ranaudo allowed just four hits and one run – a first inning sac-fly by James Beresford…Dent put the game away with a two-run double in the sixth inning…J.C. Linares knocked in two runs for the second straight day…Michael Almanzar went 1-for-4, with the game-winning RBI in the first…Will Latimer worked 2.1 scoreless with three strikeouts and Chris Martin allowed a hit and fanned one in the ninth.

YOU LEFT ME OUT OF THE STORY: 1B Travis Shaw went 2-for-5 with a double and two runs scored on Saturday…Shaw extended his on-base streak to 14 games and has a team-high, eight-game hitting streak…The Ohio native leads the team in doubles (7) and walks (14).

MY FAVORITE MARTIN: Chris Martin is the reigning Eastern League Pitcher of the Week, and has earned a win and a save in consecutive outings…The right-hander has fanned 16 batters in 12 scoreless innings.

STARTING TO HEAT UP: Xander Bogaerts has a five-game hitting streak: 10-for-20 (.500), 3 RBI and 3 doubles…The Portland shortstop has a multi-hit game in three of last five starts, and is hitting .316 at Hadlock Field.

HEIKER IN THE MEDIA GUIDE: On Tuesday night, Heiker Meneses became the 6th player in franchise history to hit an inside-the-park homer, the second as a Red Sox affiliate…Current Red Sox Roving Instructor George Lombard, hit an inside-the-park grand slam on June 24, 2004 at Erie…INSIDE THE PARK HOMERS AS A MARLINS AFFILIATE: Victor Rodriguez (May 11, 1997 vs. Bowie), Hayward Cook (April 30, 1998 vs. Binghamton), Pablo Ozuna (August 22, 2000 vs. New Haven) and Quincy Foster (September 1, 2000 vs. Norwich)

WHAT’S ON DECK: Portland opens up a three-game series with the Binghamton Mets tomorrow night at Hadlock Field…The Sea Dogs took two of three from the B-Mets at NYSEG Stadium last week…Portland has a scheduled off day on Thursday, before a seven-game trip at Trenton (Yankees affiliate) and Reading Fight Phils (Phillies affiliate).

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Johnny Gomes bat for today.

Johnny Gomes bat for today.

Heading home soon…’Dogs and Mets on Wednesday

Portland conclude their six-game roadtrip on Wednesday night against the Binghamton Mets from NYSEG Stadium. With a win tonight, the ‘Dogs will take their first 2 road series for the first time since 2008.  Mets beat Portland last 7-4.

The Red Sox came up with an amazing tribute in Cleveland.

The Red Sox came up with an amazing tribute in Cleveland.

It’s been tough watching all the events going on in Boston the past few days.  Despite being so far away, I still feel very connected to the situation. I grew up in Ashland, Mass, the second town in the Marathon route.  That day is always special for it’s symbolism to Paul Revere, and the celebration to great athletes, and of course the Red Sox. This is like living through 9/11 again, and my heart goes out to so many that are suffering through all of this.

Coverage begins at 6:15 PM on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network

Pre-Game Interview: Sea Dogs RHP Anthony Ranaudo (Part 1)

Portland Lineup: Wilkerson 8, Bogaerts DH, Shaw 3, Thomas 7, Almanzar 5, Vazquez 2, Hissey 9, Gibson 6, Dent 4, Workman RHP

Spotlight on tonight’s pitcher Brandon Workman from Channel 6 in Portland

Binghamton Lineup: Harris 8, Cecliliani 7, Lucas 5, Hughes DH, Dykstra 3, Vaughn 9, Forsythe 2, Muno 4, Pena 2, Tovar 6, DeGrom RHP

Tweet of the Day

As baseball is a game LIFE is NOT a game! #unitedwestand pic.twitter.com/jPhrutrAoC

Binghamton’s Jack Leathersich hails from Beverly, Mass. Touching story from Lynn Worthy on his reaction to the bombings at the Boston Marathon. Click here for story

Upcoming Probable Pitching Matchups for New Britain Series
4/18 vs. NBR (6:00 PM) – RHP Kyle Kaminska (0-1, 8.10) vs. RHP Alex Meyer (0-0, 2.70)
4/19 vs. NBR (6:00 PM) – RHP Matt Barnes (0-0, 18.90) vs. LHP Blake Martin (0-0, 5.40)

4/20 vs. NBR (1:00 PM) – RHP Anthony Ranaudo (1-0, 0.90) vs. LHP Logan Darnell (1-0, 1.17)

4/21 vs. NBR (1:00 PM) – RHP Drake Britton (1-2, 4.50) vs. RHP Trevor May (0-1, 3.14)

Thursday night's giveaway at Hadlock Field

Thursday night’s giveaway at Hadlock Field

Thoughts are in Boston.

It’s been a weird day.  Baseball is so much about routine. You get up in the morning, do some work, go to the gym.  The afternoon consists of lunch, a nap and a bus to the park. Today, my ride the park was filled with so many emotions. I saw my twitter feed at 2:55 on the bus, and immediately told the guys what was going on.

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I grew up in Ashland, MA, the second town on the Boston Marathon route. When I was a kid, I absolutely loved this day. Being able to see the élite runners in the world run, is something else. Also the Sox played at 11:00 AM. I was lucky to watch the entire game this morning from Binghamton, NY.  Seemed like a normal day, with the exception of seeing a great walk-off win by the Sox. Crazy how less than an hour after that hit by Napoli, a tragedy like this happens. It’s paralyzing. It hurts, makes you mad, sad and horrified all at once.  The Sea Dogs are playing in Binghamton, New York tonight, but my heart is in Boston.  Seems like too many of these things have happened in my lifetime.

Coverage begins at 6:15 PM on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network

Pre-Game Interview:  Sea Dogs Manager Kevin Boles Part 2

Portland Lineup: Wilkerson 8, Bogaerts 6, Shaw 3, Thomas DH, Almanzar 5, Meneses 6, Hissey 7, Bermudez 9, Rosario 2, Ranaudo RHP

Binghamton Lineup: Harris 8, Cecliliani 7, Rodriguez 5, Hughes DH, Lucas 3, Centono 2, Puello 9, Muno 4, Tovar 6, Mateo RHP

Congrats to Chris Martin on being named Eastern League Pitcher of the Week

Back at it on Saturday…’Dogs and ‘Cats in New Britain, CT

Yesterday morning, the Sea Dogs and Rock Cats were postponed., tonight, the two teams play game two of what’s now a three-game set. Friday’s game will be made up in May, when Portland returns to New Britain Stadium.

Coverage begins at 6:15 PM on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network

Michael Almanzar's dad pitched with Portland in 2007. Michael has hit safely in 5 of 6 games (photo by Rick Rosenfeld)

Michael Almanzar’s dad pitched with Portland in 2007. Michael has hit safely in 5 of 6 games (photo by Rick Rosenfeld)

Pre-Game Interview: Brock Huntzinger Part 2…Huntzinger earned his second save of the season on Wednesday night.

Game Notes

Portland Lineup: Wilkerson 8, Bogaerts 6, Shaw 3, Thomas 7, Almanzar DH, Vitek 5, Vazquez 2, Gibson 4, Hissey 9, Kaminska RHP

New Britain Lineup: Richardson 8, Santana 6, Hanson 5, Pinto DH, Ortiz 7, Bigley 9, Smith 3, Beresford 4, Rohlfing 2, Meyer RHP

–Somebody trade me…Tonight’s starters were both acquired via trade. Kaminska was received from the Pirates in exchange for Zach Stewart…Meyer was involved in the Denard Span trade with the Washington Nationals…Also, Meyer was originally drafted by the Red Sox in the 2008 draft, but did not sign.

–What to do when you get an unexpected day off on the road…I saw the movie 42 yesterday with the Sea Dogs’ training staff. For a 1 o’clock movie, there were a lot of people there. I loved it.  I thought the movie was just as much about Branch Rickey, (played brilliantly by Harrison Ford) as it was Jackie Robinson.

–Family affair…In case you didn’t know, Michael Almanzar’s dad pitched for the Sea Dogs in 2007, marking the first father & son tandem in franchise history.

–New Britain is in their 31st season of Eastern League Baseball…The previous affiliate of the Twins was the Boston Red Sox.  David Ortiz played with New Britain as a Twins affiliate.

Connecticut native Matt Barnes with plenty of media requests in New Britain...He'll get the ball in the series finale on Sunday.

Connecticut native Matt Barnes with plenty of media requests in New Britain…He’ll get the ball in the series finale on Sunday.

‘Dogs and ‘Cats on Thursday

The Sea Dogs open up a seven-game roadtrip on Thursday night at New Britain Stadium…For the Rock Cats, tonight, is their home opener…Introductions are slated for 6:05.  Portland ended a three-game losing streak with last night’s 5-2 win over Reading.

Coverage begins at 6:05 PM on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network

Pre-Game Interview: Brock Huntzinger Part 1…Huntzinger earned his second save of the season on Wednesday night

Portland Lineup: Meneses 4, Bogaerts 6, Shaw 3, Thomas 7, Almanzar 5, Vitek DH, Bermudez 8, Rosario 2, Hissey 9, Workman RHP

New Britain Lineup: Christian 4, Santana 6, Hanson DH, Pinto 2, Ortiz 8, Bigley 9, Rodriguez 3, Garcia 4, Rohlfing 7, Dean LHP

Connecticut native Matt Barnes with plenty of media requests in New Britain.

Connecticut native Matt Barnes with plenty of media requests in New Britain.

Sea Dogs and Thunder gear up on Sunday

Coverage begins at 12:40 on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network

Pre-Game Interview: Kevin Boles…Sea Dogs held their Season-Ticket Autograph session before today’s game.

Portland Lineup: Wilkerson 8, Bogaerts DH, Drew 6, Thomas 7, Almanzar 3, Vitek 5, Rosario 2, Bermudez 9, Gibson 4, Kaminska RHP

Trenton Lineup: Heathcott DH, Flores 8, Austin 9, Murphy 2, Medchill 7, Segedin 5, Pirela 4, Stevenson 3, Ibarra 6, Rondon LHP

Michael Almanzar had some nice swings last night, going 2-for-4.
Michael Almanzar had some nice swings last night, going 2-for-4.

NICE TO GET NUMBER ONE: The Sea Dogs earned their first win of the season on Friday night, and wrap-up what is now a three-game series this afternoon…Yesterday’s game was postponed due to unplayable conditions and will be made up as part of a twinbill on July 2nd at 6:00 PM…RHP Kyle Kaminska gets the start for Portland in his debut in the Red Sox system…Kaminska was acquired by Boston for RHP Zach Stewart on December 6, 2012.

ABOUT LAST NIGHT: Portland took advantage of six Trenton errors, scored four runs in the fourth inning, and beat the Thunder 7-4 in game two of the series…RHP Brandon Workman led the way with nine strikeouts over 5 innings to earn the win…The ‘Dogs pitchers fanned 17, receiving seven from RHP Chris Martin (3 scoreless) and a perfect ninth from RHP Brock Huntzinger, who earned the save…LF Tony Thomas led the offense with 2 RBI and 3B Michael Almanzar went 2-for-4, RBI in his Double-A debut.

INTRODUCING THE TEAM: Portland has Boston’s Top-Rated Prospect, Xander Bogaerts and the Top-Pitching Prospect, Matt Barnes according to Baseball America…The roster includes Workman, the Red Sox Minor League Pitcher of the Year in 2012 and Christian Vazquez the top rated defensive catcher in the organization by Baseball America…Former Sea Dog Daniel Bard was optioned to Portland on March 28th by Boston.

  • The roster includes seven of the Top 30 prospects in the organization according to Baseball America; Bogaerts (#1), Barnes (#3), Drake Britton (#11), Workman (#12), Anthony Ranaudo (#14), Vazquez (#19) and Travis Shaw (#23)
·       Additionally, the Sea Dogs roster features three members of the Red Sox 40-man roster; pitchers Bard and Britton along with catcher Vazquez.  
·       The team includes 22 players with prior Double-A experience, including 20 that previously played in Portland…Four players on the roster were All-Stars last season in Single-A; Bogaerts, Shaw, Vazquez, and Michael Almanzar.
·       Seven players on the roster were acquired from outside the organization; Miguel Celestino, Kyle Kaminska and Tony Thomas (Trades)…Chris Martin, Alberto Rosario and Matt Spring were acquired via free agency.

HE’S BACK…WITH A FEW FRIENDS: Kevin Boles returns for his third straight season as Portland’s Manager…Pitching Coach Bob Kipper begins his 6th season in Portland and Hitting Rich Gedman enters his first year in Double-A. 

WHAT’S ON DECK: Tomorrow the Sea Dogs open up a three-game series with the Reading Fightin Phils (Phillies affiliate)…On Thursday night, the ‘Dogs embark on their first roadtrip, visiting New Britain and Binghamton.

20th Anniversary Season is here!

CELEBRATING NUMBER 20: Tonight marks the 20th season of Sea Dogs baseball in the City of Portland…Portland begins the 2013 campaign with a 7-game homestand against Trenton (Yankees affiliate) and Reading (Phillies affiliate)…SS Stephen Drew has been assigned to the Sea Dogs on a Major League Rehab Assignment – Portland’s first ever MLB rehab on Opening Day.

Stephen Drew will be the 27th Major League Rehab Assignment for the Sea Dogs (Photo by Kelly O'Connor)

Stephen Drew will be the 27th Major League Rehab Assignment for the Sea Dogs (Photo by Kelly O’Connor)

OPENING ACT: The Sea Dogs are 9-10 All-Time in season openers…Last year, they were swept in an Opening-Day doubleheader at Reading…Portland is 9-10 in lid-lifters at Hadlock Field, suffering a 5-1 loss to the Binghamton Mets in 2012…RHP Brock Huntzinger made the start last opening day in Portland, but suffered the loss.

INTRODUCING THE TEAM + ONE: Eastern League rosters were expanded to 25 players last season…Portland has Boston’s Top-Rated Prospect, Xander Bogaerts and the Top-Pitching Prospect, Matt Barnes according to Baseball America…The roster also includes Brandon Workman, the Red Sox Minor League Pitcher of the Year in 2012 and Christian Vazquez the top rated defensive catcher in the organization by Baseball America…Former Sea Dog Daniel Bard was optioned to Portland on March 28th by Boston.

  • The roster includes seven of the Top 30 prospects in the organization according to Baseball America; Bogaerts (#1), Barnes (#3), Drake Britton (#11), Workman (#12), Anthony Ranaudo (#14), Vazquez (#19) and Travis Shaw (#23)
·       Additionally, the Sea Dogs roster features three members of the Red Sox 40-man roster; pitchers Bard and Britton along with catcher Vazquez.  
·       The team includes 22 players with prior Double-A experience, including 20 that previously played in Portland…Four players on the roster were All-Stars last season in Single-A; Bogaerts, Shaw, Vazquez, and Michael Almanzar.
·       Seven players on the roster were acquired from outside the organization; Miguel Celestino, Kyle Kaminska and Tony Thomas (Trades)…Chris Martin, Alberto Rosario and Matt Spring were acquired via free agency.
Pre-Game scene at Hadlock Field.

Pre-Game scene at Hadlock Field.

HE’S BACK…WITH A FEW FRIENDS: Kevin Boles returns for his third straight season as Portland’s Manager…Pitching Coach Bob Kipper begins his 6th season in Portland and Hitting Rich Gedman enters his first year in Double-A.

WHAT’S ON DECK: Portland and Trenton continue their four-game series tomorrow night at 6:00 PM…The two teams play back-to-back 1 PM starts to close out the opening series of the season…On Monday night, the Reading Fightin Phils (Phillies affiliate) visit Hadlock Field in the first of a three-game set.

Report from the Fort – Congrats to Josh Fields

Today is my last day in Ft. Myers, and just the way the schedule works, I’ll be able to watch the Sea Dogs at 1 PM and the Red Sox at 7:05.  I’m hoping to have video footage of John Farrell announcing the final roster.

Thanks to Robert Ford, the voice of the Houston Astros for passing this information to me earlier. Former Sea Dog Josh Fields has made the Astros. Fields was not protected by the Red Sox last season and claimed by Houston in the MLB Phase of the Rule 5 draft. If Fields did not make the Opening Day roster, he would have returned to Boston. Also, Houston could have kept him longer if he was placed on the disabled list – something similar to what Boston did with OF Adam Stern a few years ago.

Josh Fields in the Future's at Fenway Game...Little did he know back then - his future would be in Houston. (Jillian Souza Photography)

Josh Fields in the Future’s at Fenway Game…Little did he know back then – his future would be in Houston. (Jillian Souza Photography)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

With final roster cuts expected to be announced later today - Jackie Bradley Jr. and Ryan Pressly could join Fields in the Major Leagues…All three played in Portland last season.

I’ll have updates throughout the afternoon as the Sea Dogs battle the Rock Cats in exhibition action…Anthony Ranaudo is expected to start for Portland.

  • Tickets are available for Opening Day (April 4) vs. Trenton on seadogs.com
  • Former Sea Dog Stolmy Pimentel had a great camp with the Pirates and will start the season in Double-A Altoona.
  • Patriots DE Rob Ninkovich will make a guest appearance at Hadlock Field on May 8th.
  • Former Sox lefty Erik Bedard has won a rotation spot with the Houston Astros…Bedard was traded to Boston in a 3-team trade that involved former Sea Dogs Chih-Hsien Chiang, Tim Federowicz and Stephen Fife…Former Harrisburg Senator Brad Peacock is also in the Astros’ rotation – he was recently traded for former Sea Dog Jed Lowrie.

I’ll have more later!

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Great banner outside the Red Sox clubhouse

Great banner outside the Red Sox clubhouse

 

Report from the Fort (Day 3 – Afternoon Edition)

Hammond Stadium, the Spring Training home of the Minnesota Twins.

Hammond Stadium, the Spring Training home of the Minnesota Twins.

The Sea Dogs made the 10-minute trip to Lee County in Ft. Myers to play the New Britain Rock Cats on Wednesday afternoon.  The style of exhibition games in the minors are far different than the regular season, as today’s contest finished in a 1-1 tie.  Portland scored the tying-run in the seventh inning on an RBI ground out by Matty Johnson.

Terry Doyle, who was optioned to Pawtucket earlier this morning, made the start for the Sea Dogs. Doyle was just getting work in the Double-A game, he’ll be part of Pawtucket’s staff. His line was: 4 IP, 3 H, R, ER, BB, 3 SO.

Keith Couch worked five scoreless innings of relief on two hits and two strikeouts. Couch could be part of Portland’s rotation.

Portland Boxscore

Bogaerts SS 1-for-4…roped a double off the chain-link fence in right-center field
Meneses 0-for-1
Almanzar DH 2-for-3…double to right field
Shaw 1B 1-for-4…infield single
Bermudez RF 1-fo-3…pulled a double to left
Sanchez 0-for-2, 2 K
Hissey CF 1-for-3…BB, infield single
Gibson 2B 2-for-4…2 singles
Natoli 3B 0-for-2…walk and a sac-bunt
Escobar C 0-for-2
Perez 0-for-2
Johnson 0-for-3…BB, RBI groundout

Former Sea Dogs update

  • I had a chance to chat with Brock Huntzinger today…pitched two innings in Pawtucket’s game.
  • Ryan Lavarnway was optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket earlier this morning and blasted a monster homer in the exhibition tilt.
  • Jon Hee says Keoni DeRenne has the best name in franchise history.
  • Jon Lester will start Opening Day for the third straight year.
  • I will be dining with former Sea Dogs Manager Arnie Beyeler tonight…not sure if this matters to anyone…ha ha.

On-Deck

The Sea Dogs and Rock Cats meet at JetBlue Park on Thursday afternoon at 1 PM…I’ll be covering that game and Boston’s night contest against the Twins.

Former Sea Dog Reynaldo Rodriguez now a member of the Minnesota Twins organization.

Former Sea Dog Reynaldo Rodriguez now a member of the Minnesota Twins organization.

 

 

 

 

Good Morning from the Fort (Day 3)

What a great sign as you enter JetBlue Park at Fenway South

What a great sign as you enter JetBlue Park at Fenway South

Good morning from Ft. Myers where the temps are back in the 70′s. You’ll hear no complaining from me, but yesterday the locals were very upsets with 62 as the high for the day.

This afternoon the Sea Dogs and Pawtucket Red Sox make the 10-minute commute to Lee County to battle the Twins affiliates.  Righty Keith Couch is expected to start for Portland, and could crack the ‘Dogs 5-man rotation.  Last year, Couch went 11-9, 3.46 ERA in 28 games/22 starts with High-A Salem.

Possible Opening Day lineup for Portland: C – Christian Vazquez, 1B – Travis Shaw, 2B – Heiker Meneses, 3B – Kolbrin Vitek, SS – Xander Bogaerts, LF – Peter Hissey, CF – Ronald Bermudez, RF – Shannon Wilkerson, DH – Michael Almanzar.

Yesterday - Brandon Jacobs and Keury De La Cruz played in the Salem games…That still doesn’t mean they can’t start the year somewhere else.

Player to keep an eye onShannon Wilkerson, OF. Last year he was called up to Portland due to injuries in Portland’s outfield. Despite both being from Georgia, Wilkerson reminds me a lot of former Sea Dog Josh Reddick…Both have that rugged style of play – throwback as one would say.  In addition to having great speed and an above average arm, Wilkerson can play all three outfield spots.  I like how he handles himself on and off the field. He’s a great teammate. Keep your eye on him this season.

View from the Monster Seats at JetBlue Park

View from the Monster Seats at JetBlue Park

Sox Notes

  • Article on former Sea Dogs Manager Arnie Beyeler
  • Former Sea Dog Ryan Lavarnway optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket earlier today
  • Manager John Farrell expects to have his 25-man roster set by the end of Thursday’s game – the Sox are at home versus the Twins at 7:05 PM.
  • Former Sea Dog Jon Lester was named the Opening Day starter…4 of the 5 in the Sox rotation are former Sea Dogs – Lester, Buchholz, Dempster and Doubront.
  • We should know the fate of Jackie Bradley Jr. by 11:00 PM tomorrow night.

Sea Dogs Itinerary upcoming

Sunday, March 31

Players & coaches flying from Fort Myers scheduled to arrive.

Monday, April 1

Players & coaches driving from Fort Myers scheduled to arrive.

No Media Availability

Tuesday, April 2

9:00-11:00 AM: Team Workout at USM (Media is welcome to shoot the workout but players are unavailable for interviews)

Wednesday, April 3

Time TBA- Team Workout at Hadlock Field (field conditions permitting)

3:00-4:00 PM: Media Day                       Sea Dogs Clubhouse

Sea Dogs Manager Kevin Boles, coaches, players, and front office staff will be available for interviews and photos in the Sea Dogs clubhouse. Media is asked to enter the clubhouse through the doors facing Fitzpatrick Stadium.  Media may pick-up full season credentials at this time.

4:00 PM: Team Meeting- Clubhouse closed to Media

5:30 PM: Welcome Dinner

The annual Welcome Dinner to benefit the Opportunity Alliance will take place at the Portland Expo.  Please contact Chris Cameron at ccameron@seadogs.com or 207-874-9300 to arrange any live shots.

Thursday, April 4

Opening Day

4:00 PM Gates top Hadlock Field Open

6:00 PM Trenton Thunder (Yankees) @ Portland Sea Dogs

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