Portland Sea Dogs Hall of Fame
Presented by Unum
Presented by Unum
The Portland Sea Dogs Hall of Fame was established in 2005. To be eligible for the Hall of Fame, players must have debuted with the Sea Dogs at least 10 years ago and have had success in Portland and beyond. Plaques of the Hall of Fame members are displayed in the Hadlock Field concourse.
Josh Beckett was the 2001 Baseball America Minor League Player of the Year with the Portland Sea Dogs. He went to become a 3-time Major League Baseball All-Star. He was the 2003 World Series MVP with the Marlins and the 2007 ALCS MVP as he helped the Red Sox capture the 2007 World Series title. More Info
Boles was the individual with the Florida Marlins who made the decision to make Portland their Double-A affiliate. He was the architect of the Sea Dogs' 1995, 1996, and 1997 Northern Division Championship teams. Boles went on to manage the Florida Marlins from 1999-2001.
Led the Sea Dogs to appearances in the Eastern League Championship Series in each of his two seasons as Sea Dogs manager, capturing the 2006 Eastern League Championship. Honored as the 2006 Baseball America Minor League Manager of the Year. Following the 2006 season, he joined the Boston Red Sox scouting department. More Info
2006-2007, 2010, 2012
Jacoby Ellsbury appeared in 67 games with Portland across the 2006 and 2007 seasons, hitting .347 (94-for-271) with 20 doubles, five triples, three home runs, 32 RBI, and 24 stolen bases. He was a key member of the Sea Dogs' 2006 Eastern League Championship team. In 2008 with the Red Sox, he led the American League with 50 stolen bases and led the majors in steals during 2009 and 2013 seasons. In 2011, he was named an American League All-Star, Silver Slugger, and Gold Glove Award winner. More Info
Employee #1 and Founding President and GM
Primary visionary of the Sea Dogs brand and builder of the franchise.
25 years leading the team and creating memories for our fans.
His leadership, vision, and determination led to the construction of Hadlock Field and the successful bid to bring the Sea Dogs to Portland.
Adrian Gonzalez led the Sea Dogs in games (138), hits (135), doubles (34), home runs (17), and RBI (96) in 2002, where he was selected to the SportsTicker Eastern League All-Teen Team. Gonzalez is a 2-time time Silver Slugger award winner, 4-time Gold Glove award winner, and a 5-time All-Star. More Info
Gonzalez was the 1997 Baseball America Eastern League Manager of the Year as he led the Sea Dogs to the Eastern League Northern Division Championship. He holds the highest winning percentage (.556) in franchise history. Gonzalez went on to manage for ten years in the Major Leagues with the Marlins and Braves. More Info
Livan Hernandez went 9-2 with 97 strikeouts in 16 games with the Sea Dogs in 1996. A year later he was the MVP of the 1997 World Series with the Florida Marlins. He had 17-year Major League career and was a two-time All-Star.
Charles Johnson was the Sea Dogs' first big star. He hit 28 home runs with 80 RBI in the Sea Dogs' inaugural season, where he was named to the Eastern League, Baseball America, and USA Today Minor League All-Star squads. He is a two-time National League All-Star and 4-time Gold Glove Award winner.
Mark Kotsay was the Eastern League Rookie of the Year with the Sea Dogs in 1997, where he hit .306 with 20 home runs, 77 RBI, and scored a league-leading 103 runs. He went on to have a 17-year Major League career, spending time with seven different organizations including the Red Sox. More Info
Kevin Millar was the 1997 Eastern League MVP hitting .342 with 32 home runs and 131 RBI. He holds Sea Dogs single-season and career records in multiple offensive categories including batting average, hits, and RBI. Millar had a 12-year Major League career including being a key member of the 2004 World Champion Red Sox.
Jonathan Papelbon was named an Eastern League All-Star with the Sea Dogs in 2005 posting a 5-2 record with a 2.48 ERA with 83 strikeouts in 14 games. He is a six-time Major League Baseball All-Star and is both the Red Sox (219) and Phillies (123) all-time career saves leaders. His 368 career saves rank eighth all-time in Major League Baseball. More Info
Dustin Pedroia hit .324 with 8 home runs, 40 RBI, and 19 doubles in 66 games with the Sea Dogs in 2005, where he was named to the Eastern League Year-End All-Star Team and the Baseball America Double-A All-Star squad. He was the 2007 American League Rookie of the Year and earned American League MVP honors in 2008. Pedroia is a 4-time American League All-Star and a 4-time Gold Glove recipient. He has been a part of the 2007 and 2013 Red Sox World Championship teams. More Info
Hanley Ramirez appeared in 154 games over parts of two seasons with the Sea Dogs, where he hit .279 with 11 home runs, and 67 RBI. In 2005, he was named to both the Eastern League Mid and Postseason All-Star teams. He earned National League Rookie of the Year honors in 2006. Ramirez had a 14-year Major League career and was a three-time National League All-Star. More Info
Mike Redmond spent parts of three seasons (1995-1996, 1998) with the Sea Dogs appearing in 233 games including a franchise record 231 games behind the plate. He posted a .274 career average with the Sea Dogs with 37 doubles, eight home runs, and 90 RBI. He had a 13-year Major League career and holds the MLB record with 253 consecutive errorless games as a catcher. After his playing career, he managed the Florida Marlins from 2013-2015. More Info
Edgar Renteria appeared in 135 games for the Sea Dogs in 1995, hitting .268 with 30 stolen bases. He had a 16 year Major League career where he was a 5-time All-Star and a 2-time Gold Glove award winner. He was part of the 1997 Florida Marlins World Series Championship team and the 2010 San Fransisco Giants World Series Championship, where he was named the World Series MVP.
Carlos Tosca was the Sea Dogs' first manager, managing the club for its' first three seasons and leading the Sea Dogs to playoff appearances in 1995 and 1996. He was the 1996 Eastern League Manager of the Year and the 1996 Baseball America Minor League Baseball Manager of the Year. He went on to coach 17 seasons in the Major Leagues, including three as the Manager of the Toronto Blue Jays.
Bill Troubh was a founding member of the group Citizens for Portland, Maine baseball, an organization that paved the way for the Sea Dogs to come to Portland in 1994. Troubh served as Eastern League President from 1997-2002. Additionally, he served as the Sea Dogs legal counsel. He was inducted into the Maine Baseball Hall of Fame in 1999. More Info
Kevin Youkilis produced a .327 average in 94 games with the Sea Dogs in 2003, where he was both an Eastern League Mid and Postseason All-Star. He holds the Sea Dogs franchise record with a career .487 on base percentage. He had 10-year Major League career, where he was a 3-time All-Star and the recipient of the 2007 Gold Glove at first base. Youkilis was a member of the 2004 and 2007 Red Sox World Championship teams. More Info