06/05/2023 5:43 AM
Article By: CCBL Public Relations Office
The Hyannis Harbor Hawks home opener will be June 10th, when they host the Orleans Firebirds.
Eric Beattie returns for his second year as manager of the Harbor Hawks. Last year Beattie led Hyannis to a 22-16-6 record and an appearance in the Western Division Finals. He was named the 2022 CCBL Manager of the Year. On Beattie’s assistant coaching staff is four-time World Series Champion Tino Martinez.
Rikuu Nishida is one of multiple Harbor Hawks expected to return from last year’s team. Nishida had a slashline of .316/.392/.453 with 23 stolen bases, 23 walks, and just 24 strikeouts this spring at Oregon.
Hyannis will run their youth clinics the following weeks this summer: June 26 - June 30, July 3 - July 7, July 10 - July 14, July 17 - July 21, and July 24 - July 28. Their youth clinics are for boys and girls ages 6 - 16. You can learn more information about the youth clinics, or register your children for this summer, by clicking here.
The Harbor Hawks have a handful of special events planned for this summer including: First Responders Night on June 29th, Bark in the Park on July 17th, and Christmas in July on July 21st. They’ll also be hosting a 100-Year Anniversary Night, where they’ll be wearing and debuting these special-edition throwback jerseys.
All of Hyannis’s home games are played at McKeon Park. The field’s address is 120 High School Road Hyannis, MA.