Hyannis Harbor Hawks

Improvements Planned

The Hyannis Harbor Hawks have received a $700,000 grant to make improvements at Judy Walden Scarafile Field at McKeon Park.

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Pepiot Pitcher of the Week

Ryan Pepiot (Butler) has been nearly unhittable over the past week. And on Tuesday he earned recognition for it. The Cape Cod League announced that Pepiot won Coca-Cola Pitcher of the Week.

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A call from the Cape

"As he waited, Bradley’s thoughts may have drifted to much earlier in the day, which began with a phone call back on the Cape from Tino DiGiovanni, one of his family hosts in 2009 when Bradley played for the Hyannis Mets."

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Journey to the Bigs

Get a small glimpse into what it takes to be part of the Cape Cod Baseball League! Make sure you are watching or set those DVRs, this is something you don't want to miss!

CAPE COD: A JOURNEY TO THE BIGS premieres Tuesday, April 17 on FS1 at 11:00 PM ET.

The special also airs on FOX Sports regional networks on Wednesday, April 18 (check local listings).

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Alumni Devin Smeltzer

“We hear hundreds of stories every year about Major Leaguers visiting children in need. It isn't every day, however, that one of those kids ends up becoming a professional baseball player himself.”

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Who are the Hyannis Harbor Hawks? The Hyannis Harbor Hawks are one of ten teams in the prestigious Cape Cod Baseball League, the premiere summer collegiate league in the country.

Who runs the Hyannis Harbor Hawks? The Hyannis Athletic Association, a group of year round volunteers who work diligently to promote the Hyannis Harbor Hawks and provide a first rate experience for all of their players and fans. We welcome new volunteers anytime, if interested please contact the President, Brad Pfeifer at brpfeifer@aol.com

Where do the Harbor Hawks play? The Harbor Hawks play at McKeon Park on the Judy Walden Scarafile Field located behind St. John Paul II High School in Hyannis, Massachusetts. A short walk from Hyannis Harbor and ferries from the islands, the field is also located 2 blocks from the bustling Hyannis Main Street shops and restaurants.

What time are the games played? Games at our home field are at 6pm and begin in early June running through early August. Away game start time varies due to different fields. Please review our schedule for all game times at each field.

Is there an admission cost or are tickets necessary? The Games are always free; however donations at the gate are always appreciated. We are a nonprofit organization and all the money collected goes back into the team and fan experience at McKeon Park.

Is there a concession stand at the park? Yes! Behind home plate we have a very popular concession stand open at each home game serving hot dogs, popcorn, ice cream, soda, nachos and clam chowder. Please note the concessions stand is cash only. Please visit our concession page for more information.

What kind of seating is available at the park? We have seating for just about every taste. Bring a chair or blanket and sit on the hillside or sit behind the home team dugout in our large metal bleachers. Another option is to sit in one of our many wooden bleachers around the field and theres a handicap accessible platform available at the main entrance at the top of the hill. We even have a sky box and deck behind home plate available for group rentals. For more information about the Sky Box please contact the President, Brad Pfeifer at brpfeifer@aol.com

Are dogs welcome at McKeon Park? Yes, friendly and leashed dogs are welcome. Owners please make sure to clean up anything your pup leaves behind!

Are souvenirs sold at McKeon Park? The Hawks Nest is located behind home plate and sells both Cape Cod Baseball League and Harbor Hawks merchandise. Credit cards and cash are happily accepted. Online sales will be coming soon, in case you forget that one special souvenir while at the game.

Where can I find a roster of current players and their up to date stats? Stat sheets for home and away team are available at the gates at our home games. More info can be found in our program books such as player bios and stories, these are available at the gate upon entering the field. In addition you can find the most up to date roster here and their stats can be found here.

If I can't get to the field, can I still keep up with Harbor Hawk action? You can follow live scores through Pointstreak and view broadcasts of all our home games on our You Tube channel. You can keep up with the action by simply following us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter as well.

Do the Harbor Hawks have youth baseball clinics? Yes, we run the Harbor Hawks Youth Baseball Academy at our home field at McKeon Park. This is a baseball development clinic for all youth from ages 5 through 12 (K-6th grade). You'll learn hitting, pitching, and fielding under the watchful eyes of Harbor Hawks head coach Chad Gassman along with other Harbor Hawks coaches and players from the team. All participants receive a free T-shirt and instruction from the best! Registration is available on line or walk in at the park. Please visit our Youth Baseball Academy page for more information.

I would like to become a volunteer in the Hyannis Athletic Association. What do I do? We would love to welcome you to our group, please contact the President, Brad Pfeifer at brpfeifer@aol.com. Another way to help out the Harbor Hawks is by providing housing for a player during the Summer season. Please visit our host a player page or contact housing@harborhawks.org for more information.

What type of bird lives in the nest on the light pole near the first base line/right field? Every year locals wait patiently for our most consistent fans to arrive at our field and signal the arrival of a new baseball season. Ospreys return to our field each spring and we would like to think they bring us some extra luck with their ever vigilant presence. Read more about them on the Osprey Nest page.

Where can I find some history about the team? We have a list of former players who are in the pros on our website. Another source of information can be found under the Hyannis Athletic Association page. Or come to the field and meet some of our knowledgeable volunteers who love to talk about Cape League and Hyannis Harbor Hawks baseball!

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