Hadlock Field

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Home of Portland Sea Dogs, 1994 to present

CAPACITY: 6,000 (1994); 7,368 (2006)

FIRST GAME: April 18, 1994, vs. Albany-Colonie Yankees (Yankees 7, Sea Dogs 6)

LARGEST CROWD: 7,368 - Several times, most recently August 23, 2006, vs. Binghamton Mets

SMALLEST CROWD: 2,698 - April 8, 1997, vs. Binghamton Mets



Hadlock Field in Portland, Maine has been the home of the AA Portland Sea Dogs of the Eastern League since the team's inception in 1994. It is named after long-time Portland High School baseball coach Edison Hadlock Jr. The current seating capacity is 7,365. It is located at 271 Park Avenue in Portland, Maine.

Current ballparks in Eastern League
Eastern Division Western Division
FirstEnergy Stadium | Hadlock Field | New Britain Stadium | Northeast Delta Dental Stadium | NYSEG Stadium | Waterfront Park Blair County Ballpark | Canal Park | The Diamond | Jerry Uht Park | FNB Field | Prince George's Stadium

Related Sites[edit]

Portland Sea Dogs: Hadlock Field