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Portland Sea Dogs (AA)

Portland Sea Dogs (AA)  Roster  |  Stats  |  Schedule  |  Transactions   

Pitchers B/T HT. WT. DOB
Ryan Cameron R/R 5-11 190 09/13/77
Christopher Elmore L/L 6-1 208 04/28/77
Jerome Gamble R/R 6-4 230 04/05/80
Eric Glaser R/R 6-6 217 01/23/78
Gregory Montalbano L/L 6-2 183 08/24/77
Juan Perez R/L 6-0 170 09/03/78
Charles Weatherby Iii R/R 6-0 208 12/23/78
Charlie Zink R/R 6-1 190 08/26/79
Catchers B/T HT. WT. DOB
John Nathans R/R 6-1 208 06/10/79
Infielders B/T HT. WT. DOB
Jeff Bailey R/R 6-2 200 11/19/78
John Hattig S/R 6-2 215 02/27/80
Raul Nieves S/R 6-1 190 01/01/79
Tony Schrager R/R 6-1 177 06/14/77
Outfielders B/T HT. WT. DOB
Greg Catalanotte S/R 6-3 210 06/18/77
Justin Headley L/L 6-2 203 04/27/76
Brett Roneberg L/L 6-2 216 02/05/79
Justin Sherrod R/R 6-2 210 01/11/78

Top 10 Moments in Sea Dogs History    


As we celebrate our 10th year in Portland, we take a look back at the Top 10 Moments in Sea Dogs History

10. Antonio Alfonseca Homers - September 4, 1995 - In the final home game of the season at Hadlock Field, Alfonseca steps to the plate in the third inning. Hitless throughout the entire season (0 for 15 with 8 strikeouts), the pitcher drilled a pitch from Reading's Ron Blazier high off the left field light tower. Alfonseca then took his time running the bases, angering the Phillies team (he was pinch-hit for his next time up - pinch hitter Mason Rudolph was promptly plunked with a fastball). The stunning, titanic blast could be considered one of the most surprising moments in Sea Dogs history. It is also the only hit by a Sea Dog with six fingers on each hand!!!

9. 1st Sea Dog No-Hitter with Brad Penny- August 8, 1999 - Rain for 3 hours. Hardly the start to a memorable Sea Dog moment. But after the clouds cleared on a Sunday afternoon, Brad Penny took over. He struck out five Trenton batters through the first six innings and did not allow a hit. However, Penny hit his pitch count and left for Luis Arroyo. Arroyo retired the first seven batters he faced. After issuing a walk, the right-hander finished the no-no by striking out Wilton Veras and inducing Morgan Burkhart to pop up. Ironically, the Dogs had lost 13 of 16 games prior to the no-hitter and followed the gem by losing six of the next seven games.

8. Portland is awarded a Class AA Team by Minor League Baseball - October 3, 1992 - With the Major Leagues expanding by two teams (Marlins & Rockies) there was a need for new Minor League Franchises. Dan Burke announces in July of 1992 that he'd like to bring one of those teams to Portland. Portland is one of 13 cities in the running for the two franchises. With the community's support and the backing from City Manager Bob Ganley, plans to upgrade and renovate Hadlock Field are presented to the Double-A Expansion Committee. On October 3, 1992 Portland and New Haven, CT were awarded teams. We learned in May of 1993 that the team would be affiliated with the Florida Marlins. For the first time since 1949 professional baseball was returning to Portland.

7. Alex Gonzalez Leads HR Parade - May 24, 1997 - Gonzalez cracks three home runs and drives in six runs in a record setting 19-5 win over New Britain. The Sea Dogs set franchise records with seven home runs, 21 base hits, 19 runs, 44 total bases and a 14-run margin of victory. The game was part of a record setting year in which the club became the first team in Eastern League history to produce five 20-home run hitters. Amazingly, Gonzalez narrowly missed the 20-homer club, hitting 19 during the season.

6. 1997 Eastern League Divisional Championship Series - Game 5 vs. Norwich, September 6, 1997 - A night after staving off elimination with a win on the road, the Sea Dogs rally from a three-run deficit to win the deciding final game, 10-9. Kevin Millar hit a two run double to cap a four-run eighth inning before an energetic crowd of 5,460. Unfortunately, Portland went on to lose to Harrisburg in the Eastern League Championship Series for the second consecutive year. The 1997 Sea Dogs team featured 18 players who went on to play in the Major Leagues.

5. 2000 Exhibition Game vs. Florida Marlins - June 29, 2000 - An overflow crowd watches the Sea Dogs play their Major League affiliate in an exhibition game. Ross Gload makes the contest more unforgettable by hitting for the cycle and Sea Dog manager Rick Renteria hits five home runs to give the Dogs the pre-game Home Run Hitting Contest win over Marlin sluggers Preston Wilson, Cliff Floyd, Kevin Millar and legendary sluggers Tony Perez and Andre Dawson.

4. 2001 No-Hitter with Josh Beckett - August 13, 2001 - Josh Beckett shows off his unlimited potential in a dominating performance at Binghamton. The right-hander combined with Brandon Bowe and Aaron Scheffer on a no-hitter. The only downside - it happened in Central New York!!! Beckett pitched the first seven innings of the no-hitter and was relieved due to a pitch count. Brandon Bowe and Aaron Scheffer each pitched one inning of no-hit ball to complete the gem for Beckett. A couple of weeks later, Beckett made his Major League debut with the Marlins.

3. Sea Dogs and Red Sox Announce Partnership - September 18, 2002 - The day that Maine baseball fans had been waiting for finally arrives. With Red Sox minority owners and front office personnel in attendance, the Sea Dogs are officially introduced as Boston's new Class AA affiliate. To welcome the change with open arms, the Sea Dog franchise adopts a new color scheme for their logo and uniforms - the traditional red and blue of the Red Sox. The Sea Dogs also decide to build a likeness of Fenway Park's famed Green Monster.

2. 1st home game in Portland - April 18, 1994 - After an 11-game road trip to open the season, minor league baseball returns to Portland for the first time in 45 years. A huge parade in downtown Portland preceded the game, Kathy Lee Gifford sang the national anthem and Frank Gifford threw out the first pitch. Unfortunately, the Sea Dogs fall despite the pomp and circumstance, 7-6 to Albany-Colonie. Portland collects its first home win two days later.

1. 1996 Eastern League Championship Series, Game 4 - September 11, 1996 - Why is the most memorable moment in Sea Dog a part of a 6-1 loss and a series defeat at the hands of the Harrisburg Senators? It's because of the greatest fans in minor league baseball, who gave the team a standing ovation - for the entire ninth inning! Sea Dog manager Carlos Tosca, now the Toronto Blue Jays skipper, called that night the most memorable and heartwarming in his managerial career.

Honorable Mentions -
April 7, 1994 at Reading - 1st game and win in franchise history on a Charles Johnson home run in the 14th inning.
1st Field of Dreams Game in 1997
Beckett's AA debut- (June 16, 2001) Beckett struck out eight of the first nine batters he faced with Marlins Owner John Henry in Attendance.
Luke Wilcox Hits the Glove with a pinch-hit Grand Slam with Bush in Attendance (August 29, 2000).
Omar Ortiz records Million Dollar Strikeout for Maine Children's Cancer Program (June 21, 2001)
Kevin Millar Game Winning rehab home run (May 25, 2002).
Chris Norton wins the home run title, sets Sea Dog Record and nearly breaks Eastern League Record
Todd Dunwoody - All-Star Game MVP 1996
Michael Tejera - 1999 Eastern League Pitcher of the Year
Kevin Millar nearly wins Triple Crown in 1997 and his named League MVP.
First Ever Play-Off game (September 7, 1995). Portland Wins in commanding fashion with a 19-1 win at New Haven.

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Virtual Seating Chart

Click on the seating areas below to see the view from that section.



PORTLAND SEADOGS ONLINE TICKET SALES

Please select from the months listed at left and then click on the game date for which you want to order tickets. Available seating options include:

Reserved Seat Tickets
Reserved seats are located in the 200 level. Sections 204-209 are located behind the protective screen and sections 210-214 are not located behind the screen - they are located along the 3rd base line.

General Admission Tickets
General Admission Tickets are NOT a Reserved Seat location. It is an open seating area in the upper portion of the grandstand. It is a first come- first serve basis. The seats are benches with backs.

Tickets purchased within 7 days of the game date will NOT be mailed out. They will be held at the Hadlock Field Will Call Window.

Ticket office is open 9-5 Mon-Fri and 11-4 on Sat (Mar-Aug).
The ticket office is also open at 9am on game days until the eighth inning of the game.

Contact the ticket office at 879-9500 or toll free 1-800-936-3647.

ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES.

2003 Regular Ticket Rates:
Individual Tickets
Box
Reserved
General Admission
Adult
$8.00
$7.00
$6.00
Child/Senior
$7.00
$6.00
$3.00
2003 Group Ticket Rates:
  Reserved General Admission
Group 1 (20-99 Tickets)    
Adult
$6.00 $5.50
Child/Senior
$6.00 $2.50
Group 2(100-999 Tickets)    
Adult
$6.00 $5.00
Child/Senior
$6.00 $2.00
Group 3(1000+Tickets)    
Adult
NA $4.50
Child/Senior
NA $1.50

 

2003 GROUP TICKET RATES:
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Adult
$6.00 $5.50
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$6.00 $2.50
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Adult
$6.00 $5.00
Child/Senior
$6.00 $2.00
Group 3(1000+Tickets)    
Adult
NA $4.50
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NA $1.50
 
 
2003 Regular Ticket Rate:
Individual Tickets
Box
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General Admission
Adult
$8.00
$7.00
$6.00
Child/Senior
$7.00
$6.00
$3.00

Note: in order to receive Group Rate you must purchase the minimum amount of tickets. If you add more tickets after paying in full, you must pay the regular rate for how many tickets you are adding.

Box Seats not available at Group Rate.

Slugger Coins
$2.00, $5.00, $10.00 increments
Can be used for tickets, concessions and souvenirs
Scoreboard Messages
Birthdays - Anniversaries - Group Recognition
Announcements may be purchased for $25.00 per message. These appear on the outfield scoreboard Message Center and are broadcasted over the Public Address System. Message orders can be placed with the ticket office anytime prior to the game by telephone, or submitted at the concourse information window, prior to the start of the third inning.
Group ticket orders exceeding 100 tickets for any single game may submit one message at no additional charge. This announcement must be received no later than 48 hours prior to the start of the game.
The Portland Sea Dogs reserve the right to approve all messages.

Phone # (207) 874-9300
Fax # (207) 879-9520

Slugger Coins
$2.00, $5.00, $10.00 increments
Can be used for tickets, concessions and souvenirs
Scoreboard Messages
Birthdays - Anniversaries - Group Recognition
Announcements may be purchased for $25.00 per message. These appear on the outfield scoreboard Message Center and are broadcasted over the Public Address System. Message orders can be placed with the ticket office anytime prior to the game by telephone, or submitted at the concourse information window, prior to the start of the third inning.
Group ticket orders exceeding 100 tickets for any single game may submit one message at no additional charge. This announcement must be received no later than 48 hours prior to the start of the game.
The Portland Sea Dogs reserve the right to approve all messages.

Phone # (207) 874-9300
Fax # (207) 879-9520

           TICKETS
INTERNET ORDER INFORMATION

Once completed, submit your order electronically to the Sea Dogs ticket office, and the order will be promptly filled. The confirmation that you receive is confirming the submission of the order only. The order is actually processed by ticket office personnel.

Orders received within 7 days of the game date will not be mailed. These tickets will be held at the ticket office and can be picked up at our Maine Bank and Trust Will Call window. If your order is not mailed, you will not be charged the $2 shipping fee even if it is indicated on the web site.

If you have any questions about whether or not your order has been submitted, please do not submit it again. Please call the ticket office at 1-800-936-DOGS or e-mail us at tickets@portlandseadogs.com.
Orders for that day's game will only be accepted until 8 am the day of the game.

If you make a selection and the program doesn't respond, that means that that selection is not available.

If there are any problems processing your order, we will try to call you. Please include a good phone number that we can use to contact you during the day.

We do not offer tickets in sections 101-114, 201-203, and 403-408 for sale on-line. Over 95% of these tickets have been purchased as Season Tickets. You can purchase the available seats in these sections by calling or visiting the Ticket Office. Our hours are 9-5 Monday through Friday and 11-4 on Saturday.

We will seat you in the best available seats based on your stated preference. We try very hard to make sure that sections offered on the Internet are actually available. If, due to unforeseen circumstances, your preference is not available, we will seat you in the next available seating location.

All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.


Eastern League
Hadlock Field
271 Park Ave.
Portland, ME
              04104
Phone: (207)874-9300
Fax: (207)780-0317

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