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Hadlock Field, Portland

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Hadlock Field is a Minor League baseball stadium in Portland, Maine. It is primarily home to the Portland Sea Dogs of the Eastern League but also the Portland High School Bulldogs and Deering High School Rams baseball teams. The stadium is named for Edson J. Hadlock, Jr., a long-time Portland High School baseball coach and physics teacher.
The park opened on April 18, 1994 with a capacity of 6,000. A year later, 500 seats were added, boosting capacity to 6,500. Expansion in 1998 increased capacity to 6,860 and in 2002 to 6,975. About 400 seats were added in right field before the start of the 2006 season, and the park currently seats 7,368. Hadlock Field is located between Interstate 295, the historic Fitzpatrick Stadium, and the Portland Exposition Building, the second-oldest arena in continuous operation in the United States. In 2003, when the Sea Dogs affiliated with the Boston Red Sox, a replica Green monster, called the Maine Monster, was added to left field to match the original at the Red Sox' Fenway Park. A replica Citgo sign and Coke bottle were added as well to make the field look even more like Fenway Park.
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  • Great place to see the young pups of the Red Sox. Family friendly, inexpensive, fun baseball. Great evening. Parking is in a neighborhood, just keep your eyes open for small lots for $10.  more »
  • For someone who really isn't a baseball fan, I had a wonderful time at Hadlock Field, watching the Portland Sea Dogs baseball game vs. the New Hampshire Fisher Cats. I'd much rather go to these baseba...  more »
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  • Amazing place. Everything well organized, from the people entrance to the food, people sitting, bathrooms, ... During each turn switch they put some different, crazy and funny attraction, like women throwing logs or electric saw or children running on a hot dog cloths. As its an open field be prepared for cold
  • The ABSOLUTE WORST PART OF THIS PLACE... Is when you have to leave. Friendly staff. Amazing fun speed pitch for a ball. BEST mascot. GREAT food. BIG stadium. I’m doing a kids clinic here in 2 hrs.

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