Monday, March 26, 2007

Portland Sea Dogs Give Back to the Community

It particular instance, the Portland (ME) Sea Dogs, the Double-A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, is literally giving something to the town--a bronze monument.

The monument, which stands nine feet high and measures 11 feet long by four feet wide, depicts a family attending a baseball game including a father figure holding tickets to the game, a male child dressed ready to cheer for the Sea Dogs, and a mother figure carrying a small female child.

The American Baseball Family Group is a gift to the City of Portland from Daniel Burke, the Owner of the Portland Sea Dogs, to thank the community for its outstanding support through the years.

Click here to read "Sea Dogs to present monument to city" on the official minor league baseball web site.

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