Mahaney Diamond


Mahaney Diamond
Larry Mahaney Diamond
Location University of Maine Campus; Long Road, Orono, Maine, USA
Coordinates 44°54′17″N 68°40′10″W / 44.904692°N 68.669368°W / 44.904692; -68.669368Coordinates: 44°54′17″N 68°40′10″W / 44.904692°N 68.669368°W / 44.904692; -68.669368
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.[1] It is the home of the Maine Black Bears baseball team.[2] Its capacity is approximately 3,000 spectators.[1]

Usage

From 1996 to 1997, the field was the home of the Bangor Blue Ox of the independent Northeast League.[3]

In 2003, the venue was the home of the Bangor Lumberjacks, also of the Northeast League.[3] Following the 2003 season, the team moved to the Winkin Sports Complex on the campus of Husson College in Bangor, Maine.[1]

Naming

The field is named for Larry Mahaney, an area businessman and philanthropist. Mahaney died in 2006.[4]

References

  1. ^ a b c Mahaney Diamond at mysite.verizon.net, URL accessed October 16, 2010. Archived 10-16-2010
  2. ^ Mahaney Diamond at goblackbears.com, URL accessed October 16, 2010. Archived 10-16-2010
  3. ^ a b Mahaney Diamond at ballparkreviews.com, URL accessed October 16, 2010. Archived 10-16-2010
  4. ^ "Larry Mahaney Baseball Diamond". St. Joseph's Monks. http://www.gomonks.com/information/mahaney. Retrieved 4 October 2011. 

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