Sea Dogs sell virtual tickets to help fight cancer in children

The Portland Sea Dogs are hoping to virtually sell out Hadlock Field this month to raise money for the Maine Children’s Cancer Program.The team’s season was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, but they are selling virtual tickets this month forth $10 each. The goal is to sell 7,368 virtual seats — the capacity of Hadlock — with all the revenue going to the Maine Children’s Cancer Program. Tickets can be purchased at seadogs.com through Sept. 30.Everyone who buys a ticket will be entered to win a Sea Dogs prize pack with winners drawn each week.”Unfortunately, we were not able to sell out any games this season at Hadlock Field,” stated Sea Dogs President and General Manager Geoff Iacuessa. “We have the best fans in baseball and we know that they will help us achieve the most meaningful sell out of them all, the one that helps children and their families in Maine battling cancer.”The Sea Dogs normally raise money for the Strike Out Cancer in Kids Program by having fans pledge money for every strikeout thrown by Sea Dogs pitchers. In 25 seasons, the program has raised more than $5 million.

The Portland Sea Dogs are hoping to virtually sell out Hadlock Field this month to raise money for the Maine Children’s Cancer Program.

The team’s season was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, but they are selling virtual tickets this month forth $10 each. The goal is to sell 7,368 virtual seats — the capacity of Hadlock — with all the revenue going to the Maine Children’s Cancer Program.

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Tickets can be purchased at seadogs.com through Sept. 30.

Everyone who buys a ticket will be entered to win a Sea Dogs prize pack with winners drawn each week.

“Unfortunately, we were not able to sell out any games this season at Hadlock Field,” stated Sea Dogs President and General Manager Geoff Iacuessa. “We have the best fans in baseball and we know that they will help us achieve the most meaningful sell out of them all, the one that helps children and their families in Maine battling cancer.”

The Sea Dogs normally raise money for the Strike Out Cancer in Kids Program by having fans pledge money for every strikeout thrown by Sea Dogs pitchers. In 25 seasons, the program has raised more than $5 million.