Hyannis Harbor Hawks

Remembering An Icon

Tim Ellstrom, 1951-2021

"The Voice" of Hyannis

Baseball in Hyannis will never sound the same after the unexpected passage of one of the most beloved and longest tenured members of the Harbor Hawks community. Tim Ellstrom, public address voice of the Hyannis Mets and Harbor Hawks for more than 40 CCBL seasons, died Tuesday at 69, leaving behind an unfillable hole in the Harbor Hawks organization and in the hearts of its members and fans.

To read the full tribute to Tim and his love of all things Harbor Hawks, click here.

 
The Harbor Hawks Franchise Loses One of Its Own

 
Most Recent Game Story

Final Game of Season Cancelled

The Hawks finished the season with a record of 8–28 and earned 16 points and finished in 5th place in the West Division. | More Here

Hawks Are Victorious in Home Finale

Home runs from Nick Romano and Trent Taylor, and strong pitching from Mark Adamiak and Evan Webster lead Hawks | Jack Murray

Hawks Bats Fall Flat in Brewster

Furtado goes six innings in 4–0 defeat | More Here

Harbor Hawks Unable to Slow Down Red Sox

Luke Mann home run accounts for entirety of Harbor Hawks offense | More Here

Harbor Hawks Struggle Against Red Sox

Joey Raffaele home run not enough to push Hawks over Red Sox | More Here

 
Most Recent Feature Story

Recapping the Hyannis Harbor Hawks 2021 Season

How would you describe the 2021 Harbor Hawks Season? | Jack Murray

Q&A with Clark Elliott, 2021 CCBL Batting Champion

Hear from Elliott about his experience with the Hawks and chase for the batting title | Jack Murray

Becoming Ozzie: My Day as "Ozzie the Harbor Hawk"

Have you ever wondered what it is like to dress as a mascot? | Jack Murray

Where is the Best Place to Sit at McKeon Park?

Multimedia intern Jack Murray runs you through all seating options at McKeon Park. | Jack Murray

Flashback Friday/Throwback Thursday #4

See how former Harbor Hawks are performing in professional baseball | Jack Murray

 
Sponsorship Opportunities with the Hyannis Harbor Hawks

With the return of the osprey to McKeon Park comes the return of the Cape Cod Baseball League and the Hyannis Harbor Hawks. Coming off a summer of no baseball, the Hyannis Athletic Association is preparing to showcase  some of the best collegiate talent in the nation while offering a free, family friendly entertainment option in the heart of Hyannis! 

This exciting opportunity for the players and the town could not happen without the support of fans and local businesses. We know everyone is working hard to recover from the economic challenges of the past year. These challenges continue to impact the Harbor Hawks also. Our volunteer, nonprofit organization relies on donations and sales at the field to support the team. With capacity restrictions, we are asking local businesses to consider supporting us by purchasing advertising or sponsorship opportunities. 

There are choices from $100 and up to fit any budget.  

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Two ways to support the Hawks and be a part of Game Day
 
Help us help the Hawks! Become a Member Today!

The uncertainty of the pandemic has impacted so many throughout our community including the Hyannis Athletic Association. Our goal remains to be able to produce family friendly, free entertainment through showcasing the best talent colleges have to offer in baseball.

Throughout the years, the Cape Cod Baseball league and the Hyannis Harbor Hawks have seen incredible talent progress through their ranks to Major League Baseball. Some have even gone on to become World Series Champions! We need your help to continue to strive towards our goal. In a recent letter to the community, Hyannis Athletic Association President, Brad Pfeifer said, "Now more than ever we need your support as we put behind us a year without any baseball and look towards a new chapter in Harbor Hawk history. Help us keep our longstanding baseball tradition afloat."

Become a member today and enjoy various membership benefits as well as the knowledge that you may be able to one day say, "I knew them when..." Your donation to the Hyannis Athletic Association helps to defray costs such as uniforms, travel to away games and equipment for our players. We are looking forward to spending warm summer nights at McKeon Park with you in the future!

To read the full letter from Brad Pfeifer, please click here.

All of our Membership information can be found here.

We thank you for your generosity during these difficult times.

 
Summer Heat - Film by Nick Johnson & DJ Jamiel

Want to know what it's like to play for the Hyannis Harbor Hawks?

Check out Summer Heat, a film by Nick Johnson and DJ Jamiel and find out.

 
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