To bring the night to life, the team will wear specialty hats and jerseys, featuring the Maine Whoopie Pies logo: a fierce Whoopie Pie character at-bat. This primary logo adorns the front of the hats and the left sleeves of the jerseys. The alternate logo depicts a whoopie pie in the shape of the state of Maine and is highlighted on the side of the caps and the left sleeves of the jerseys. Sandwiched chocolate brown and white panels on the hats create a whoopie pie effect. The jerseys echo this wearable-whoopie effect with brown front and backs, with white panels sandwiched on the sides. "Whoopie Pies" is spelled loud and proud across the front of each jersey, in creamy white lettering.
The Maine Whoopie Pies will return to action in 2022!
After a successful debut in 2019, the Portland Sea Dogs will once again transform into the Maine Whoopie Pies, presented by Trademark Federal Credit Union. The name change is in celebration of the official state treat of Maine: the whoopie pie!
The Maine Whoopie Pies have partnered with Wicked Whoopies and the Maine Whoopie Pie Festival, which takes place at the Piscataquis Valley Fairgrounds in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine.
And of course, there will be plenty of whoopie pies from Wicked Whoopies for fans to enjoy.
A whoopie pie is two round chocolate cake-like cookies with a sweet, creamy filling or frosting sandwiched between them. Many places claim to be the birthplace of the whoopie pie including Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. The whoopie pie has been a favorite of Mainer's for nearly a century, with the first whoopie pie in Maine being served by Labadie's Bakery in Lewiston in 1925. The Maine State Legislature named the whoopie pie the official state treat in 2011. The world's largest whoopie pie, weighing over 1,000 pounds, was made in South Portland in 2011.