Dominic Smith (New York Mets) and Yoan Moncada (Boston Red Sox) in action at Portland

Top prospects Yoan Moncada (Boston Red Sox) and Dominic Smith (New York Mets) together at Hadlock Field

Top prospects Yoan Moncada (Boston Red Sox) and Dominic Smith (New York Mets) together at Hadlock Field

Mets #2 prospect Amed Rosario

Mets #2 prospect Amed Rosario

(Portland ME) Irresistible collection of baseball prospects at Hadlock Field in Portland on Thursday night.

The local Portland Sea Dogs, however, lost 4-0 to the Binghamton Mets and continue to have the worst record (35-62) in the Eastern League.

I arrived at Hadlock 1 ½ hours early in time to see long lines of folks outside the park ahead of the 7PM start.  Didn’t imagine that the fan passion was over the prospects I hoped to see……..and it wasn’t.

Turns out that the first 1000 fans were going to receive a free Travis Shaw bobblehead.  The lure for a $3 item featuring the former Sea Dog drew that crowd and I’m guessing that there were more than the 1000 in the lines.

Anyhow, the lure for me was a look at the New York Mets’ top two prospects as well as yet another look at Red Sox prospects Yoan Moncada and Andrew Benintendi.

Red Sox #3 prospect Andrew Benintendi

Red Sox #3 prospect Andrew Benintendi

There was clearly a sense of urgency.  All four players could well be in triple A very soon, they’re that good.  In fact, I checked the Eastern League transactions regularly while the Sea Dogs were on the road to see if any of them had been moved.  I remembered how quickly Xander and Mookie came and went from Portland.

But none of the four had moved up and when I checked the starting lineups all four were there.

I had seen Andrew twice and Yoan once, so spotting them for pictures was easy.  The tough part in shooting them was the setting sun which necessitated sunglasses for some players.  Andrew is one of those.

The two Mets were a different problem.  I had never seen them before in person.  I did have numbers but in the Eastern League the numbers are only on the back. So I didn’t expect to get any early shots of #1 Amed Rosario or #22 Dominic Smith.

I was wrong about that because both players stopped and interacted with Portland players so that I was able to see the numbers on the back.  The Portland players have names on the back as well but not Binghamton.

Dominic Smith

Dominic Smith

Since I had pictures of Yoan and Andrew from a previous visit I concentrated on being sure I had some of Dominic and Amed.  I started the game on the edge of the Binghamton dugout because those two players would come towards me at the end of innings.  I was also aware that switch-hitting Yoan would be facing my way while batting.

I had to adjust my settings on the Binghamton side because the sun was blocked by the height of the stadium as it set.  Not so on the Portland side.

I would have loved to have had another camera available with a small lens because I was very close to the Binghamton players.  That Nikon I made an offer for during a recent yard sale might have been the ticket.

Yoan Moncada batting

Yoan Moncada batting

Despite all the hype (in my head), the four promising ones were all hitless for the night.  Yoan reached on a walk and I hoped that the minor league’s leading base stealer might run but he didn’t.

Dominic Smith was a Mets first-rounder in 2013.  Not tall (6’) but big (250 pounds).  The twenty-one year old Binghamton first baseman was the MVP in the Florida State League last season.  Going into last night’s game he had 12 homers, 67 RBI, and a .294 batting average.

Amed Rosario

Amed Rosario

Amed Rosario is only twenty.  The Dominican was signed by the Mets as a 16-year-old.  The 6-2 shortstop has played a good part of this season with St. Lucie in the Florida State League.  With Binghamton so far, after 23 games, he has 33 hits, 14 RBI, and a .379 batting average.

The two Mets players should reach AAA Las Vegas in August.  Yoan and Andrew should see Pawtucket shortly.  Andrew may make it to Fenway.  I will be very pleasantly surprised if I return to Hadlock and Yoan and Andrew are still on the Portland roster.

Speedster speeds past tightly-dressed Slugger near second

Speedster speeds past tightly-dressed Slugger near second

It was disco night at Hadlock and that may well have been why Slugger continued his losing streak.  His pants were seriously tight and I think he was afraid that he might rip them out so he didn’t take any chances.  On this night he faced a little kid with plenty of jets.  This kid was so fast that he was able to stop at second and allow Slugger back into the race and then blow the big guy away.  I am not sure that looser pants would have made a difference now that I think of it.

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Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Dominic Smith

Dominic Smith

Amed Rosario

Amed Rosario

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Andrew Benintendi

Andrew Benintendi

Andrew Benintendi

Andrew Benintendi

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Amed Rosario

Amed Rosario

Amed Rosario and Mauricio Dubon

Amed Rosario and Mauricio Dubon

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Dominic Smith

Dominic Smith

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Mauricio Dubon (#11 Red Sox prospect) triples

Mauricio Dubon (#11 Red Sox prospect) triples

Andrew Benintendi

Andrew Benintendi

20-year-old Amed Rosario

20-year-old Amed Rosario

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Kid torches Slugger

Kid torches Slugger

 

 

 

 

 

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2016 Harrison Old Home Days Grand Parade

Family enjoys the 2016 Harrison Old Home Days parade

Family enjoys the 2016 Harrison Old Home Days parade

Harrison 7 riders

Harrison 7 riders

(Harrison ME) Looked like rain but it didn’t happen and the Grand Parade for Harrison’s Old Home Days took place on Saturday afternoon.

I delayed my arrival just in case it started raining and learned the hard way that when it’s noon that parade will start.  A parade with hours of action can be arrived at late with no consequence but not a twenty-minute parade.  Point?  I missed a couple of the early paraders.

Last year’s policy of no sirens was again in effect.  Also the absence of signs about the parade on Route 117 was noted.  Some folks learned too late that they were indeed part of a parade of cars crawling through downtown Harrison.

Phyliss Ginzler

Phyliss Ginzler

Jim Hamper

Jim Hamper

Local politicians state rep Phyliss Ginzler and state senator Jim Hamper were on Main Street.

The little Kora cars always put on a nice show.  As a driver ed teacher I cringe at the quick turning and weaving that is part of their routine.  Kora did have an accompanying road service vehicle with them just in case.

hp-A6-Andy-Valley-softballThe 12-under Andy Valley softball used the parade to show their recently won championship banner and to fund raise for the upcoming regionals.

No animals in this year’s parade.

Averill Davis, as expected, gave his Woody a run down Main Street.  How many years has it been?

Camp Wigwam of Waterford was the only camp to appear.  Armed with water guns, they were wisely instructed not to shoot at an oldster with a camera.

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Ruby Slipper float

Ruby Slipper float

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Averill Davis

Averill Davis

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grand marshall

grand marshall

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Camp Wigwam float

Camp Wigwam float

 

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Nick Hoch and Sarah Keener win 2016 Harrison 5K Run by the Lake

Nick Hoch (Newton MA) wins the 14th Harrison 5K Run by the Lake

Nick Hoch (Newton MA) wins the 14th Harrison 5K Run by the Lake

Sarah Keener (Waterford) was the first female finisher.

Sarah Keener (Waterford) was the first female finisher.

(Harrison ME) Nick Hoch was almost 1 ½ minutes faster in 2016 and that was more than enough for a first place finish in Wednesday night’s Harrison 5K Run by the Lake.

This was the 14th year of the race along scenic Long Lake.

Nick, who will be a sophomore at Newton (MA) North, was 5th in 2015 but this time around his 18:26 pace gave the 15-year-old a fifty-two second spread over 2nd place finisher Eric Martin.

The first female to reach the finish at the Harrison Post Office was Sarah Keener.  She was fifteenth overall.

In recent news, Sarah won the 35-39 age group in Bridgton’s big 4 on the Fourth race two days ago.

Eric Martin of Naples was second followed by Gardner Waldner (Waterford), Tim Cushing (Bridgton), and 15-year-old Zach Hoexter of Raymond.

Brian Ladd about to catch Arno Bommer for 6th place

Brian Ladd about to catch Arno Bommer for 6th place

Last year I saw Brian Ladd gain three places in a closing run from the Gateway Marina to get 7th place.  This time he gained one space as he overtook Arno Bommer (Houston) to gain 6th place in the final yards.

Arno got second in his age group (55-59) in the Bridgton race.

Noah Currier was eighth and Dimitri DeBiase ninth.

Sara Bradley (Waterford) took 2nd for the women trailing Sarah Keener by only ten seconds.  Sara was the top female in the 2012 Harrison 5K.

Sahtia Ellison (14-year-old) held on for 3rd female despite a closing rush by 10-year-old Amelia Bommer.  Young Amelia won her age group (10 and under) in Bridgton by nearly four minutes.  Rising star?

No shortage of encouragement as the runners reach The Grange

No shortage of encouragement as the runners reach The Grange

Nice weather for the race.  An afternoon rainstorm cooled things down considerably.

I like the way those in charge of the race (Tammy Anderson – director) limit the traffic intrusiveness of the event.  Certainly don’t want to annoy the locals with no alternative routes available.

Nick Hoch was involved in running this year at D1 Newton North as a freshman.  No doubt the conditioning required and the competition he ran against elevated his running ability.

RACE RESULTS

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Jessica Priola (North Bridgton)

Jessica Priola (North Bridgton)

Amelia Bommer (10-year-old)

Amelia Bommer (10-year-old)

Sahtia Ellison (3rd female) and Amelia Bommer (4th female)

Sahtia Ellison (3rd female) and Amelia Bommer (4th female)

Sara Bradley (2nd female)

Sara Bradley (2nd female)

Joe Brooks (122) and Bear Brooks (120) of Santa Monica CA

Joe Brooks (122) and Bear Brooks (120) of Santa Monica CA

Noah Currier (103) and Dimitri DiBiase (110)

Noah Currier (103) and Dimitri DiBiase (110)

Zach Hoexter (Raymond) 5h

Zach Hoexter (Raymond) 5th

Tim Cushing (Bridgton) 4th

Tim Cushing (Bridgton) 4th

Gardner Waldner (Waterford) 3rd

Gardner Waldner (Waterford) 3rd

Eric Martin (Naples) was 2nd

Eric Martin (Naples) was 2nd

Nick Hoch runs alone past Long Lake Park

Nick Hoch runs alone past Long Lake Park

Kate Flynn (nine-year-old)

Kate Flynn (nine-year-old)

Kim Kasenow (6) and Katherine Smith (73)

Kim Kasenow (6) and Katherine Smith (73)

 

 

 

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Moninda Marube and Kristin Barry win 2016 Bridgton 4 on the Fourth

Moninda Marube wins his third Bridgton 4 on the Fourth

Moninda Marube wins his third Bridgton 4 on the Fourth

Kristin Barry (2001) took home her second Bridgton 4 on the Fourth title

Kristin Barry (2001) took home her second Bridgton 4 on the Fourth title

(Bridgton ME) Moninda Marube won the Bridgton 4 on the Fourth for the third time in the last four years on a warm Monday July 4th morning.

Several thousand runners completed the 4-mile course.

In all three wins, Moninda has not been in any kind of competitive danger coming down Main Street.

In the other two wins, Moninda was still tight to the task along Main Street but not today.  He was smiling with thumbs up at the Bridgton Library well aware of Jim Johnson (2nd place finisher) being too far back to catch him.

I had hoped that last year’s winner (Andrew Stewart) would be in the field because if time’s mean anything the race down Main Street would have been close.  Maybe next year?

The 40th anniversary of the race had a special ring to it because previous winners were invited back.  Those that attended were given the racing bib number of the year they won the event.  Nice touch.

Colin Peddie owns race record at 18:46

Colin Peddie owns race record at 18:46

Got my first look at race record holder Colin Peddie.  The tall gentleman did the course in 18:46 in 1987.  Ben True was the closest to that record with an 18:58 in 2009.

I think you will need two very good runners in the race to push each other to a run at that 18:46. Moninda was able to win today’s race with a “leisurely” time of 20:41.

Jim Johnson took second.  Jim is from Madison (NH) and has been the New Hampshire Snowshoe’s Champion for the last eight years.

Silas Eastman (2012 winner) was third.  Silas was sporting the Colby colors.  He is a senior in the fall.  His parents were part of a storytelling performance that was at the Brick Church (Lovell) on Friday night.

Evan Turner (850) carries the colors down Main Street

Evan Turner (850) carries the colors down Main Street

Chris Garvin (4th) from Charlestown RI was 5th the last two years.

Nate Richards took fifth.  Nate is a senior at Principia College in Illinois.  Nate was 3rd last year.  He is currently a counselor at Camp Newfound in Harrison.

19-year-old Jose Rosas of Queen University in Charlotte (NC) ended 6th.  The sophomore’s time was 21:33.

Robert Hollis of UMaine Farmington was 7th.  Robert won this year’s North Atlantic Conference championship in cross country.

Chris Dunn, from Kennebunk, took 8th.  Chris was a senior as Southern Maine this year.

Kevin Tilton (9th) went to UNH.  He was 2nd in this race in 2004 and 2006.  He was 4th in 2008.

Andy Spaulding is a former winner (2002).  He ended 10th today. He is part of the management of the Dirigo running club.

Former winner Kristin Barry (2001) returned in style to finish first among the women and 31st overall (24:32).

Erin Flynn (left 2015) has leader Kristin Barry (2001) in her sights.

Erin Flynn (left 2015) has leader Kristin Barry (2001) in her sights.

Erin Flynn had Kristin in her sights coming down Main Street but ended up settling for 2nd, finishing some eleven seconds after Kristin.  Erin won this race in 2009 and 2015.

Anna Laska of Bridgton and Fryeburg Academy was the third woman, finishing 46th overall.

The race is always fun to attend.  The surrounding camps are well represented and some of the counselors are high-quality runners.  Plenty of patriotic stuff among the participants.  I especially admire those who run and chant down Main Street after running 3+ miles in 80-degrees heat.  Oh, to be young!

The highly competitiveness in this race ends pretty early after the top runners have gone by.  Many of the remaining runners look for familiar faces in the crowd.  I did see one young man leave the race, run up the stairs of the Bridgton Library, and plant a kiss on what I hope was a significant other.  My camera was not fast enough to catch that action!

RACE RESULTS

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Silas Eastman leads Chris Garvin

Silas Eastman leads Chris Garvin

Nate Richards (1384) Jose Rosas (2212) Robert Hollis (2216)

Nate Richards (1384) Jose Rosas (2212) Robert Hollis (2216)

Silas Eastman (2012) and Chris Garvin

Silas Eastman (2012) and Chris Garvin

Jim Johnson

Jim Johnson

Moninda Marube follows the police car with Jim Johnson in the distance

Moninda Marube follows the police car with Jim Johnson in the distance

Anna Laska

Anna Laska

Erin Flynn (2015)

Erin Flynn (2015)

Jennifer Smith stops to greet a friend

Jennifer Smith stops to greet a friend

Kelly Akerley of North Bridgton

Kelly Akerley of North Bridgton

The Woods

The Woods

Jeffrey Lindy of Brookline

Jeffrey Lindy of Brookline

Dan Allara of Hamilton-Wenham finished 17th

Dan Allara of Hamilton-Wenham finished 17th

Mike Brooks with bib Number One

Mike Brooks with bib Number One

 

 

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Around the World in 80 Days shines at Deertrees Theatre

(Harrison ME) My wife and I were in the audience at Deertrees Theatre on Friday night to see “Around the World in 80 Days.”

There was a very small audience (50?) on hand for the opener of an extremely good show.

I know the “Around the World” story very well because in a former life I taught seventh grade geography and used that book annually.  The story provided plenty of mapping opportunities as well as entertaining action.

When I saw the show advertised I was certain that I would want to see it.  I was very curious to know how a story with so many twists and turns could be presented on a stage with just a few performers.

My uncertainty turned out to be unnecessary.  Performers took on multiple parts and made the props on stage work marvelously.

The pace on stage was fast as it had to be because of the urgency of accomplishing the trip around the world in very limited time.  The speakers were quick-spoken out of authenticity to the tempo of the trip.

I suspect that those completely unfamiliar with the story might have wondered on occasion what was going on.  It wasn’t always easy to understand what was said……..and we were in the front row.

But for me, knowing the story, I could anticipate what was to come.

It was interesting to see what parts of the book were left out and what parts had liberties taken with them.  Trust me, there was little variance.

I remember buying a classroom set of the book and noticing that the new cover had someone in a balloon!  That was the way the movie version went but not at Deertrees on Friday night.

Two of the five performers were Southern Maine college students.  Both Brittany Burke (Aouda) and Luis Del Valle (Passepartout) proved that they belonged on stage with the regulars.

Nicholas Schroeder (Phileas Fogg) and Paul Haley (Detective Fix) were amazing.  They fit their roles perfectly.

William McDonough played a whole bunch of parts very nicely.

I highly recommend this show.  It’s clean, entertaining, and wonderfully presented.

The crowd?  There are three other performances scheduled (July 2, 7, and 9) so maybe more will come.  It does cost $22 without big-star actors and actresses.

Distractions?  Plenty of frog “activity” going on outside the theatre.  Closing the windows helped but hopefully the frogs’ mating season will have passed before the other shows go on.

As I said above, the acting is terrific and the presentation is wonderful.  See it if you can.

 

 

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Lovell Liars’ Club Storytellers performed at The Brick Church

st-summaryst-summer-program(Lovell ME) My wife and I spent an enjoyable evening in Lovell at the Brick Church for the Performing Arts being entertained by the Lovell Liars’ Club Storytellers on Thursday night.

Ten performers presented a variety of stories in a pleasant setting.

The performance was the result of a monthly gathering in Lovell led by Jo Radner of those interested in the art of telling stories.  My suspicion is that one thing led to another and that the stories shared and polished within the group led to the drive to perform them for an audience.

I happened upon a Jo Radner solo performance at the Lovell Library many years ago and have watched for some sort of repeat presentation ever since.

Stories, well told, are a pleasure to hear.  They hark back to a time when the electronic age we now live in was less dominating.

I grew up as a church kid and I heard plenty of presentations.  Often the most compelling part of sermons to me was “illustrations” or stories that were used to accentuate a point.

Roster of performers

Roster of performers

Three of the performers in this show (Jo Radner, Michael Parent, Meg Gillman) were experienced/professional storytellers.  Their ability to bring the listeners into the settings and specifics of their stories was noticeable.  Management of voice and mannerisms was terrific.

I was a bit nervous for the other seven performers as a former teacher.  Putting newbies up front is not always easy.  To do it in front of friends/family probably helped ease the concern of the developing storytellers.

That being said, I thought that the “other seven” did a nice job.  Six of them shared personal experiences.  The seventh, Mary Heroux, related a historical event.

I am hoping that this storytelling event becomes at least an annual happening.

I wished that my two teenaged granddaughters would have been in attendance.  They are deeply involved in the “gadget” era and would have benefitted from a significant change of pace.

Other things:

  • Refreshments were provided. Whoever made those chocolate-chip cookies needs to know that they were remarkable.
  • Outdoor bathrooms. That arrangement might not work well with a larger audience.
  • Finding the performance site. Good thing there was a sign out on Route 5.  Christian Hill Road is a long road.  With no number given for The Brick Church except the street name throws us GPS folks off.

My wife and I really enjoyed our evening listening to stories.  Congrats to all involved.  Make it happen again, please.

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Yoan Moncada (#1 Boston Red Sox prospect) now at AA Portland

Boston's #1 prospect (Yoan Moncada) is now playing for Portland

Boston’s #1 prospect (Yoan Moncada) is now playing for Portland

Mauricio Dubon and Yoan Moncada

Mauricio Dubon and Yoan Moncada

(Portland ME)  I went to Hadlock Field on Thursday night to get a first look at the Red Sox’s #1 prospect Yoan Moncada.

The bonus was the seeing the AA debuts of shortstop Mauricio Duban (Boston’s #13 prospect) and starter Jalen Beeks.

A good crowd was on hand for a Thursday night game.  I guessed at first that watching Yoan Moncada in action was the motivation.  Later there was mention that there would be fireworks after the game.  The latter is the best explanation for the crowd size.

The last-place Sea Dogs lost the game 5-2 to the Harrisburg Senators.

Jalen Beeks started for Portland and had ten strikeouts in five innings of work

Jalen Beeks started for Portland and had ten strikeouts in five innings of work

The atmosphere at AA games is so different from the majors.  Players on either team are hardly known by the typical spectator.  Why do they come?  Tickets are inexpensive and the entertainment between innings is watch-worthy.  You also have the mascot, my friend Slugger, roving through the grandstand interacting with fans especially the young ones.

My goal was to get pictures of Yoan Moncada and I succeeded.  The sun was tough so it was difficult to know for sure what I had for quality.  I used the Portland dugout in the early going and then switched to the Harrisburg side when I knew that left-handed Yoan would be batting.

I had hoped to get Yoan handling something at second base but it never happened while I was there.

I did catch the 20-year-old coming off the field several times.

Yoan Moncada out at first on a close play after a bunt attempt

Yoan Moncada out at first on a close play after a bunt attempt

Yoan attempted a bunt in his second at-bat and but for a terrific play by Harrisburg pitcher Phillips Valdez would have beaten it out.  His speed is impressive.  He leads all of the minor leagues with 36 stolen bases.  In this game he didn’t reach base to show off that speed.

I saw him interact with some of his former Salem (VA), A ball, teammates before the game but there was little interaction beyond that.  Could be a language issue.

Lefty starter Jalen Beeks gave up four runs (three earned) in five innings.  The big stat for him was striking out ten Senators during those five innings.

Shortstop Mauricio Duban had a triple and later scored a run.  I look at a player like Mauricio and the word “shortstop” is the first thing that gets my attention.  Where would he play at the next level?  The same is true for second baseman Yoan Moncada.  Dustin is signed through 2021.

Andrew Benintendi and Yoan Moncada

Andrew Benintendi and Yoan Moncada

Realistically, outfielder Andrew Benintendi, now at Portland, would seem to have the best shot in Boston.  The Boston GM, however, said that Andrew’s hitting needs to improve.  I was impressed with Andrew’s patience batting during this game.  He was taking pitches and I know that the Red Sox want their hitters doing that.  I predict that Andrew will be in Pawtucket before the other three.

Slugger had another mascot working with him tonight.  At times I wasn’t sure which one was which!

Slugger loses track of his opponent's right

Slugger loses track of his opponent’s right

Slugger sent flying

Slugger sent flying

Slugger really had me scratching my head on this night.  I have known him as a dog of many talents just based on his speed on the base paths.  I discovered tonight that Slugger does NOT have a future in boxing.  Why?  Someone got it into his head that with a fancy bathrobe and some king-sized boxing gloves he could put on a good show.  It didn’t happen.  The opponent, on this night, was a young girl who could hardly reach Slugger’s waist.  But this kid had moves.  While Slugger danced around she did too.  It appeared that Slugger was so impressed with her footwork that he lost sight of the boxing glove on her right hand.  She delivered a shot to Slugger’s midsection and back he went on his back in a complete fog.  I expected the Sea Dog’s medical staff to get involved but they didn’t.  I thought that the young lady would check Slugger out but she didn’t.  I was going to get involved but I was in front of the Harrisburg dugout and the action was in front of the Portland dugout.  Slugger did eventually recover enough to get to his feet.  I did notice that he walked off as if he wasn’t sure if he was on foot or horseback!

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Mauricio Dubon tries on his new Portland Sea Dogs' hat

Mauricio Dubon tries on his new Portland Sea Dogs’ hat

Mauricio Dubon

Mauricio Dubon

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Harrisburg catcher Spencer Kieboom

Harrisburg catcher Spencer Kieboom

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Rafael Bautista (#16 Washington National's prospect) about to cross home

Rafael Bautista (#16 Washington National’s prospect) about to cross home

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Mauricio Dubon had a triple vs Harrisburg

Mauricio Dubon had a triple vs Harrisburg

Yoan Moncada in Portland dugout

Yoan Moncada in Portland dugout

Yoan Moncada throwing

Yoan Moncada throwing

Yoan Moncada

Yoan Moncada

Wilmer Difo (#6 Washington National's prospect)

Wilmer Difo (#6 Washington National’s prospect)

Yoan Moncada bats

Yoan Moncada bats

Mauricio Dubon

Mauricio Dubon

 

 

 

 

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