- Mahaney Diamond
Larry Mahaney Diamond Location University of Maine Campus; Long Road, Orono, Maine, USA Coordinates Coordinates: Scoreboard Yes Capacity 3,000 Tenants University of Maine Black Bears baseball (1986-present);
Bangor Blue Ox (NAL) (1996-7);
Bangor Lumberjacks (NL) (2003)
Larry Mahaney Diamond is a baseball stadium in Orono, Maine, USA on the campus of the University of Maine. It is the home of the Maine Black Bears baseball team. Its capacity is approximately 3,000 spectators.
From 1996 to 1997, the field was the home of the Bangor Blue Ox of the independent Northeast League.
In 2003, the venue was the home of the Bangor Lumberjacks, also of the Northeast League. Following the 2003 season, the team moved to the Winkin Sports Complex on the campus of Husson College in Bangor, Maine.
The field is named for Larry Mahaney, an area businessman and philanthropist. Mahaney died in 2006.
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University of Maine UMaine Student media Sports Organizations and Greek Affiliates Baseball parks of the America East Conference
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