The Dogs are on the road in Maryland and today it’s raining in Portland. While we all toil through the gray and damp weather, here are twenty-one sunny pictures (or almost sunny) of our last home series of games to get you through the rest of the work day.
Dog sitting like a human at Hadlock Field! (June 5th Bark in the Park)
Julia Clukey speaking to over 800 students about choices and goal setting (June 7th, Education Day)
Charlie Lopresti from WGME 13 teaching kids about weather! (June 7th, Education Day)
Mad Science, blowing stuff up…on purpose. (June 7th, Education Day)
Brandon Baldwin from the Maine Civil Rights Team Project teaching kids how they are unique and special, just like all of the ballparks in the Eastern League (June 7th, Education Day)
Entering the field to renew their vows! (June 9th)
Listening carefully to Lori Voornas as they go through the ceremony.
“Are you people sure?”
Yes, they’re sure.
Good, because once the doves are released, it’s official.
And they’re out…I was informed yesterday that they both made it home safely. Thank you to White Doves of Maine!
Dancing as renewly marrieds.
Dance Studio of Maine wows us pre-game (Sunday, June 10th)
Abdi from King Middle School reading his award winning poem before the game (Sunday June 10th) He had it memorized!
Pretty Girls Sing Soprano serenade fans as they enter the park on Sunday afternoon.
Avery from Bonny Eagle Middle School reading her poem before the game.
Chompers the UMF Beaver throwing out a first pitch. UMF sponsored our Poetry Contest.
Abdi delivering his first pitch. What form!
Avery with her first pitch!
Someone winning a year long subscription to Mega Bucks Plus during the game on June 10th.
Guys Catching Lobsters, Umpire thinking “I could totally do that”.
Kids running the bases after Sunday’s Game, thanks to Prime Motor Group.
Just a twenty-one picture recap of our home series meant to brighten your day. The Sea Dogs come back on June 19th, and stay for a quick three games (19, 20, 21) against Harrisburg. We have a lot of fun events planned these three days so stay-tuned and stay dry!