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Harlow, Frederick (1974)

LInn Wells and Fred Harlow at induction ceremony

Harlow, Frederick (74)

Harlow, Frederick (74)

Harlow, Frederick (74) 5th from left

From Seacoast Online . Fosters .


Goodall-Sanford and the Downeast League

The Pilots were designed to be the class of the league and expected to win it all. Capable manager “Fearless” Freddy Harlow and stellar pitcher Edson Hadlock paced the team. Harlow later became a legendary baseball coach at Deering High in Portland, while Hadlock, a holdover from the professional team, was a long time baseball coach at Portland High. Hadlock Field, home to the Portland Sea Dogs, is named after him. Andy Lano, and Rollie Collomy were hard hitters, and slick-fielding shortstop, Jackie Feehan wore the flashy Pilots uniform well. Jeff White UNH’s star pitcher also threw from the mound. The Pilots played in what was called New Portland Stadium built during WWII.

PPH March 27 1948

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