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Friday September 19, 2014
  • Mookie Betts showed his promise with the Portland Sea Dogs this season. He was quickly promoted to Pawtucket and is in a Red Sox uniform for Saturday’s game against the Yankees.
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    Mookie Betts showed his promise with the Portland Sea Dogs this season. He was quickly promoted to Pawtucket and is in a Red Sox uniform for Saturday’s game against the Yankees.

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  • Mookie Betts high-fives Henry Ramos as he crosses home plate with a three-run homer in the fourth inning against the Reading Fightin Phils at Hadlock Field in Portland on May 13.
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    Mookie Betts high-fives Henry Ramos as he crosses home plate with a three-run homer in the fourth inning against the Reading Fightin Phils at Hadlock Field in Portland on May 13.

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  • Jackie Mitchell, left, watches the first inning of the Sea Dogs home opener this evening.
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    Jackie Mitchell, left, watches the first inning of the Sea Dogs home opener this evening.

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  • Luke Montz of the Binghamton Mets reaches to touch the plate Wednesday as catcher Juan Apodaca of the Portland Sea Dogs takes a late throw in the fourth inning of Binghamton’s 10-4 victory at Hadlock Field. The Dogs are now on the road until April 30.
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    Luke Montz of the Binghamton Mets reaches to touch the plate Wednesday as catcher Juan Apodaca of the Portland Sea Dogs takes a late throw in the fourth inning of Binghamton’s 10-4 victory at Hadlock Field. The Dogs are now on the road until April 30.

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  • Portland’s Mookie Betts is the first out of an eighth-inning double play turned by Trenton Thunder shortstop Carmen Angelini in a 2-1 loss to the Sea Dogs on Sunday. Betts went 1 for 3 and played center field for the first time as a professional. According to a Red Sox official, the hot-hitting prospect is being “exposed” to the outfield.
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    Portland’s Mookie Betts is the first out of an eighth-inning double play turned by Trenton Thunder shortstop Carmen Angelini in a 2-1 loss to the Sea Dogs on Sunday. Betts went 1 for 3 and played center field for the first time as a professional. According to a Red Sox official, the hot-hitting prospect is being “exposed” to the outfield.

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  • Portland Sea Dogs infielder Sean Coyle is 7 for 14 since being activated from the disabled list April 10. In 21 games this season he is batting .352 with three home runs. Coyle was drafted as a shortstop, but has played second and third.
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    Portland Sea Dogs infielder Sean Coyle is 7 for 14 since being activated from the disabled list April 10. In 21 games this season he is batting .352 with three home runs. Coyle was drafted as a shortstop, but has played second and third.

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  • The throw to Blake Swihart of Portland is a little late as Matt Clark of Binghampton comes in to score, Monday, May 19, during the fourth inning at Hadlock Field. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer
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    The throw to Blake Swihart of Portland is a little late as Matt Clark of Binghampton comes in to score, Monday, May 19, during the fourth inning at Hadlock Field. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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  • Portland Sea Dogs pitcher Henry Owens delivers in the third inning, Monday, May 19, during a game against Binghampton. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer
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    Portland Sea Dogs pitcher Henry Owens delivers in the third inning, Monday, May 19, during a game against Binghampton. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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  • Mike Augliera entered the All-Star break off one of his best efforts for the Sea Dogs, pitching 7  innings, allowing two runs on six hits.
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    Mike Augliera entered the All-Star break off one of his best efforts for the Sea Dogs, pitching 7 innings, allowing two runs on six hits.

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  • Portland Sea Dogs pitchar Henry Owens delivers to a New Britian Rock Cats batter at Hadlock Field in Portland on May 30.
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    Portland Sea Dogs pitchar Henry Owens delivers to a New Britian Rock Cats batter at Hadlock Field in Portland on May 30.

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  • Jane Greenberg, right, celebrates after catching a foul ball during Education Day at the Portland Sea Dogs game at Hadlock Field Thursday. She was joined by friends Sydney Michelson, center, and Mia Kelley,  left. The girls are from Scarborough. Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer
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    Jane Greenberg, right, celebrates after catching a foul ball during Education Day at the Portland Sea Dogs game at Hadlock Field Thursday. She was joined by friends Sydney Michelson, center, and Mia Kelley, left. The girls are from Scarborough. Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer

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  • Second baseman Sean Coyle of the Portland Sea Dogs cartwheels across the field Friday night after making a diving catch against the Bowie Baysox at Hadlock Field. The Sea Dogs failed to come up with clutch hits and suffered a 6-4 setback. Gordon Chibroski/Staff photographer
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    Second baseman Sean Coyle of the Portland Sea Dogs cartwheels across the field Friday night after making a diving catch against the Bowie Baysox at Hadlock Field. The Sea Dogs failed to come up with clutch hits and suffered a 6-4 setback. Gordon Chibroski/Staff photographer

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  • Bo Greenwell of the Portland Sea Dogs slides into home before Bowie Baysox catcher Michael Ohlman can apply the tag during their game at Hadlock Field in Portland on June 8. Tim Greenway/Staff Photographer
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    Bo Greenwell of the Portland Sea Dogs slides into home before Bowie Baysox catcher Michael Ohlman can apply the tag during their game at Hadlock Field in Portland on June 8. Tim Greenway/Staff Photographer

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  • Bowie Baysox centerfielder Johnny Ruettiger makes a leaping catch at the wall to keep the score tied in the bottom of the ninth inning at Hadlock Field in Portland on Sunday. Tim Greenway/Staff Photographer
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    Bowie Baysox centerfielder Johnny Ruettiger makes a leaping catch at the wall to keep the score tied in the bottom of the ninth inning at Hadlock Field in Portland on Sunday. Tim Greenway/Staff Photographer

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  • Luis Diaz will pitch for the Sea Dogs on Sunday in Game 5 of the division playoff series.
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    Luis Diaz, receiving an opportunity with the Portland Sea Dogs after Mickey Pena received a 100-game suspension, is looking like Double-A may be a quick pit stop. Diaz has won his first two starts with a 1.29 ERA. The Red Sox have to decide whether to put him on the 40-man roster.

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  • Pedro Martinez, the former Red Sox pitching great who works with the team’s minor league pitchers, watched the game from the Portland Sea Dogs’ dugout.
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    Pedro Martinez, the former Red Sox pitching great who works with the team’s minor league pitchers, watched the game from the Portland Sea Dogs’ dugout.

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  • Portland Sea Dogs baserunner Blake Swihart collides with New Hampshire Fisher Cats second baseman Andy Fermin while trying unsuccessfully to advance to second at Hadlock Field in Portland, May 10. Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer
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    Portland Sea Dogs baserunner Blake Swihart collides with New Hampshire Fisher Cats second baseman Andy Fermin while trying unsuccessfully to advance to second at Hadlock Field in Portland, May 10. Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer

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  • Deven Marrero of Portland leaps over New Hampshire baserunner Kevin Nolan while completing a double-play at Hadlock Field on June 24. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer
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    Deven Marrero of Portland leaps over New Hampshire baserunner Kevin Nolan while completing a double-play at Hadlock Field on June 24. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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  • Henry Owens, seen pitching for the Sea Dogs on July 6, became the first 14-game winner in team history Tuesday night, beating the Reading Fightin’ Phils.
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    Portland Sea Dogs pitcher Henry Owens delivers during the fourth inning vs. New Britain Rock Cats Sunday, July 6, 2014 at Hadlock Field in Portland. by Jill Brady/Staff Photographer

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  • Portland Sea Dogs ace Henry Owens struck out 11 batters in eight dominant innings July 6, vs. New Britain Rock Cats at Hadlock Field in Portland. Jill Brady/Staff Photographer
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    Portland Sea Dogs ace Henry Owens struck out 11 batters in eight dominant innings July 6, vs. New Britain Rock Cats at Hadlock Field in Portland. Jill Brady/Staff Photographer

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  • Michael Almanzar of the Portland Sea Dogs slides safely into second with a stolen base Monday as Jorge Flores of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats reaches for the throw during the Sea Dogs’ 6-2 victory at Hadlock Field.
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    Michael Almanzar of the Portland Sea Dogs slides safely into second with a stolen base Monday as Jorge Flores of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats reaches for the throw during the Sea Dogs’ 6-2 victory at Hadlock Field.

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  • Portland’s  Heiker Meneses is taken out of a double play as Fisher Cats Derrick Chung slides wide of second at Hadlock Field in Portland.
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    Portland’s Heiker Meneses is taken out of a double play as Fisher Cats Derrick Chung slides wide of second at Hadlock Field in Portland.John Patriquin/Staff Photographer

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  • Portland Sea Dogs short stop #15 Derrik Gibson makes the catch to end the seventh inning while third baseman #3 Sean Coyle leaps in for assistance vs. New Britain Rock Cats July 6 at Hadlock Field in Portland. Jill Brady/Staff Photographer
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    Portland Sea Dogs short stop #15 Derrik Gibson makes the catch to end the seventh inning while third baseman #3 Sean Coyle leaps in for assistance vs. New Britain Rock Cats July 6 at Hadlock Field in Portland. Jill Brady/Staff Photographer

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    Portland’s Zach Gentile and New Britain’s Chris Colabello await a call. Both teams are still awaiting a conclusion as Friday’s game was suspended by fog.

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  • Portland Sea Dogs players line up for opening day ceremonies, Thursday, April 10, before the start of their game against New Britain at Hadlock Field. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer
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    Portland Sea Dogs players line up for opening day ceremonies, Thursday, April 10, before the start of their game against New Britain at Hadlock Field. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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