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    A crew member uses a tractor Tuesday to remove snow in front of the 37-foot green wall at Hadlock Field in Portland. The Sea Dogs home opener is scheduled for Thursday, April 9. Another 3-5 inches of snow was expected to fall in southern Maine late Tuesday night.

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    Seats were still buried in snow Tuesday at Hadlock Field. Through the end of February, 89.2 inches of snow had fallen at the Portland Jetport.

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    While crew member begin the process of clearing snow from Hadlock Field, Sea Dogs players are participating in spring training games in Fort Myers, Fla.

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    The seats that will soon welcome a seating capacity of 7,368 fans to Hadlock Field remain covered in snow with opening day just 35 days away. Portland broke the record for the coldest February with an average monthly temperature of 13.8 degrees – 11.7 degrees below normal.

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    The Sea Dogs are scheduled to start the season with a 6 p.m. game April 9 against Reading.

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