Named After: Edson Hadlock Jr., baseball coach at Portland High School from 1950-1978.
Opened: April 18, 1994
Seating Capacity: 7,368
A few notable features:
A likeness of Fenway Park's Green Monster was built in 2003 when the Red Sox became the affiliate of the Sea Dogs. Nicknamed the "Maine Monster" the Sea Dogs outfield was named one of the most unique in Minor League Baseball by At the Yard Magazine.
A lighthouse rises from the centerfield fence when a Sea Dogs player hits a home run and when the Sea Dogs win.
In 2008 the Sea Dogs built a new home bullpen, it is one of two elevated bullpens in Minor League Baseball.
The "Maine Monster"
|Fenway Park||Hadlock Field|
|Height of Wall||37'||37'|
|Length of Wall||240'||160'|
|Height of Screen Above Wall||23' *||12'|
|Color of Wall||Fenway Green||Hadlock Green|
|Material of Wall||Hard Plastic||Wood|
|Citgo Sign||60' X 60'||14' X 14'|
Hadlock Field Expansion Projects
|1994||6,000||Hadlock Field is renovated to bring it up to Double-A Standards|
|1995||6,500||Section 315 is added, adding 500 additional General Admission Seats|
|1998||6,860||Sections 201-203 (Upper Box Seats) added and expanded|
|2002||6,975||115 seats added to the picnic area|
|2006||7,368||393 seats added in right-field with the creation of the U.S. Cellular Pavilion|
Hadlock Field ProfilesHadlock's Maine Monster beckons hitters
At the Yard Magazine-Hadlock Field Profile (pdf)
ESPN.com-Red Sox Trail: From Farm to Hub(pdf)
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