UMaine Baseball Team Tours Fenway Park; Plays at Boston College on Tuesday

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UMaine Baseball Team Tours Fenway Park; Plays at Boston College on Tuesday


Warner, Pete, Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME)


BOSTON -- With the spring semester in the books, the University of Maine baseball team is taking advantage of some other baseball- related activities as it concludes its regular season.

On Monday, the Black Bears visited Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox.

UMaine coach Steve Trimper said the UMaine contingent took a regular guided tour of the historic ballpark, then received an added bonus as part of its visit.

Red Sox third-base coach Brian Butterfield, himself a former Black Bear baseball player, gave the team a brief impromptu tour behind the scenes.

"Brian's great," Trimper said. "He hooked us up and the guys were hanging with Clay Buchholz and Andrew Bailey and got to talk to them."

The Black Bears are in the middle of a six-day road trip that began with a three-game America East series against Binghamton at Vestal, N.Y. The Bears had Monday off, then will play at Boston College on Tuesday.

That game was originally scheduled to be played at Hadlock Field in Portland, home of the Boston Red Sox's Double-A affiliate, the Portland Sea Dogs.

However, Trimper explained that because the Sea Dogs had overhauled their field last fall, more work needed to be performed this spring. The work is scheduled for Tuesday through Thursday, forcing the UMaine-Boston College contest to be rescheduled.

Trimper said he tried to entice Boston College to play in Orono and also at Goodall Park in Sanford, then even tried to negotiate a game at LaLecheur Park in Lowell, Mass.

However, he said Boston College instead would only agree to play a home game in Chestnut Hill. …

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