Sanford Mainers

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Sanford Mainers
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Team Logo
League NECBL (East Division (2009-present))
Location Sanford, ME (2002-present)
Ballpark Goodall Park (2002-present)
Year founded 2002
League championships 2 (2004, 2008)
Post-Season Division championships 2 (2004, 2008)
Regular-Season Division championships 2 (2003 , 2008)
Former name(s) Sanford Mainers (2002-present)
Former league(s)
  • NECBL
    • Northern Division (2002, 2004-2008)
Colors Green, Gold
         
Mascot Broose D'Moose and Boomer
Ownership Non Profit - No Owner. Run by the Board of Directors
Management John Webb (GM)
Manager Aaron Izaryk
Media Radio: Josh Koebert
Website sanfordmainers.com

The Sanford Mainers are a collegiate summer baseball team based in Sanford, Maine. The team, a member of the New England Collegiate Baseball League, plays their home games at Goodall Park.

Postseason appearances[edit]

Year Division Semi-Finals Division Finals NECBL Championship Series
Sanford Mainers
2003 North Adams Steeplecats W (2-0) Keene Swamp Bats L (0-2)
2004 North Adams Steeplecats W (2-1) Keene Swamp Bats W (2-1) Newport Gulls W (2-1)
2005 Keene Swamp Bats L (0-2)
2006 Keene Swamp Bats W (2-0) Vermont Mountaineers L (1-2)
2008 Vermont Mountaineers W (2-1) Keene Swamp Bats W (2-0) Newport Gulls W (2-0)
2009 North Shore Navigators W (2-1) Newport Gulls L (1-2)
2010 North Shore Navigators L (1-2)
2011 North Shore Navigators W (2-1) Laconia Muskrats L (0-2)
2012 Newport Gulls L (1-2)
2013 Newport Gulls L (0-2)

Media[edit]

The team's games are broadcast on AM 1220. Until the 2012 season, only home games were aired, but new ownership of the radio station announced in March 2012 plans to broadcast away games, as well.[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Port Broadcasting buys Maine radio station AM 1220". Foster's.com. 17 March 2012. Archived from the original on 2012-03-18. Retrieved 18 March 2012. Plans include the on-air coverage of the Sanford Mainers New England Collegiate Baseball League away games this summer and live coverage of local schoolboy sports in the fall. 

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