New England Collegiate Baseball League

2015 NECBL All-Star Game

ABOUT
The 22nd annual NECBL All-Star game will be held on Sunday, July 19th, at Historic Goodall Park in Sanford, Maine.

Hosted by the Sanford Mainers, the NECBL All-Star game showcases the NECBL’s top student-athletes in a fun-filled afternoon and evening of baseball splendor. The 2015 NECBL All-Star Game is heading to the great state of Maine this summer!

The NECBL’s Midsummer Classic will be hosted by our very own Sanford Mainers on Sunday, July 19th. Join the NECBL’s elite student-athletes as they take to the diamond in front of scouts from every MLB organization, as the Sanford community celebrates the 100th anniversary of historic Goodall Park, one of New England’s iconic baseball backdrops.

First pitch is set for 5:05 p.m. More information about the Mainers can be found at sanfordmainers.com. We’ll see you on Sunday, July 19th, at Goodall Park for the 2015 NECBL All-Star Game!


ITINERARY

12:20 PM - 60 Yard Dash

12:45 PM - HR Derby

1:45 PM - Northern Division BP 

2:45 PM - Southern Division BP 

3:45 PM - Northern Division INF/OF

4:05 PM - Southern Division INF/OF

4:35 PM - Player Introductions

4:50-5:00 PM - National Anthem and Ceremonial First Pitch

5:05 PM - First Pitch
PLEASE NOTE: ITINERARY SUBJECT TO CHANGE


TICKETS
MORE INFORMATION TO COME!


DIRECTIONS

Roberts Street
Sanford, Maine 04073

GPS: N 43.43678817, W -70.77713426

 

From the North

  • Take I-95 South to Exit 32. 
  • Turn right onto ME-111 W/Alfred St. Continue to follow ME-111 W for11.4 miles. 
  • Continue onto ME-4A S/U.S. 202 W/Sanford Rd for 3.9 miles.
  • Turn left onto Main Street (Route 109) for 0.2 miles.
  • Take the 3rd right onto Roberts Street between Dunkin Donuts & City Hall. Field is down hill on the left.

From the South

  • Take I-495 North to I-95 North. Go 18 miles through New Hampshire to the Maine state line at Piscataquis Bridge in Kittery. 
  • Continue on I-95 North to the Maine Turnpike 19 miles to Turnpike Exit 2 (not I-95 Exit 2).
  • Go north on State Rt. 109 for 12 miles.
  • Turn left on Roberts Street between Dunkin Donuts & City Hall. Field is down hill on the left.

From the West

  • Take U.S. 202 E/Sanford Rd. to the intersection of Route 202 and Route 109 (Main St.).
  • Turn right onto Main Street (Route 109) for 0.2 miles.
  • Take the 3rd right onto Roberts Street between Dunkin Donuts & City Hall. Field is down hill on the left.

ABOUT GOODALL PARK
Built in 1915 by the Goodall family and Goodall Industries, Goodall Park is a treasured landmark for Sanford and the surrounding area. Much of Goodall Park was rebuilt in 1997 following a fire that destroyed the wooden grandstand. The new Goodall Park was carefully designed to retain the historic architectural features of the original ballpark, yet provide the amenities of modern stadiums.

Many legendary players and teams have graced the field at this majestic park. In the earlier years, Hall of Famer George Sisler, Sanford’s Freddy Parent the Red Sox’s first shortstop, and Harland Rowe of the Philadelphia (Oakland) Athletics played there. More recently, numerous major leaguers, both former Sanford Mainers and their opponents, played at Goodall. Jason Motte, Andy Sonnanstine, and Kevin Slowey were on the local team. Dustin Pedroia, Aaron Hill, Huston Street and Rickie Week all played against them. And let’s not forget a fellow from the early years who is well known for popularizing the home run – Babe Ruth.