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Anyone that has a pet knows that they're much more than a pet, they're family! And who doesn't like some good ol' family fun? With two dates this summer, dog moms and dads have the opportunity to enjoy Portland's favorite baseball team along with their furry friends!

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Bark in the Park

Happening at Hadlock Field on Friday, July 23rd at 6 pm vs. Harrisburg and Tuesday, August 24th at 6 pm vs. Reading, dogs are welcome with the special Bark in the Park tickets.

These tickets provide a private entrance into Hadlock Field and special seating in the leftfield grandstand.

Want to go to the concourse for merch, dinner, or ice cream? No worries. There will be a doggie valet on hand to look after your pup while you're getting the goods!

Tickets

Tickets are still available for both dates but are limited to just 300 per game! Humans and dogs will need tickets. $11 for adults and $8 for kids, seniors, and dogs. For more info and to get your tickets click here.

Something tells me Slugger will certainly be among friends on these nights!

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