Hyannis Harbor Hawks

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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Alumni Ryan Flaherty

"Tonight Ryan Flaherty became just the third third baseman in Atlanta franchise history to score four runs and collect four hits in a game, joining Chipper Jones (1995, 2000, 2001) and Terry Pendleton (1991)."

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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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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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It's a Great Day to be a Hawk!
 
In the beginning, it was just a press box…
HYANNIS-- In the beginning it was just a press box . But then six years ago the Hyannis Harbor Hawks decided to build an addition. Team GM Tino DiGiovanni and draftsman Gary Ellis , put their heads together and designed the new room adjacent to the press box. Due to its high elevation and spectacular view of the field, they named it the Sky Box. The stunning 24 x 20 room was then outfitted with dark rattan furnishings donated by Cardi's Furniture.But DiGiobvanni didn't want to stop there, so he went back to the drawing board and designed plans for an expansive deck.For the past five years the Harbor Hawks have marketed the Sky Box and adjoining deck to sponsors and local businesses. It became the one place in the Cape League that could hold a large group of people for a Cape League game and reception.

This summer the Hawks decided to take the Sky Box to the next level - to make it into a mini baseball museum.

" Decorating the Sky Box with memorabilia was a natural fit. We worked hard to get the Cape League's only Sky Box and much of it's generously donated contents. It is a real asset for us which we rent out to local businesses and groups., " said Hawks president Brad Pfeifer.

" At the same we have a rich history and access to lots of collectibles. So the Sky Box became a worthy place to house the memorabilia. Plus it makes the room much more interesting to the visitors, continued Pfeifer.


The push was to get the " museum" ready for the League Sponsor night in mid- July and then the Celebrity Softball game, which featured Jason Varitek. One of the walls , dedicated to Varitek is adorned with his signed uniform jersey, bat, ball and a clip from the 2004 Boston Herald accounting of the Sox ( and Varitek's) World Series win.

The Hawks plan to continue to work on the museum during the off season, hoping to secure items from Baltimore manager Buck Showalter and Sox manager John Farrell.

 
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