Hyannis Harbor Hawks Turn Sky Box into Museum

HYANNIS – A Cape Cod Baseball League team has created a mini baseball museum at its field.

Members of the Hyannis Harbor Hawks turned their Sky Box into a museum, featuring memorabilia from the team and its former players.

“Decorating the Sky Box with memorabilia was a natural fit,” said Hawks president Brad Pfeifer. “We worked hard to get the Cape League’s only Sky Box and much of it’s generously donated contents. It is a real asset for us which we rent out to local businesses and groups.”

Hawks officials wanted to have the “museum” ready in time for the League Sponsor night in mid-July and then the Celebrity Softball Game.

One of the museum’s walls is dedicated to Red Sox Hall of Famer Jason Varitek, and is adorned with his signed uniform jersey, bat, ball and a clip from the 2004 Boston Herald accounting of the Sox World Series win.

The Hawks’ plan is to continue to work on the museum during the off-season and to secure items from Baltimore manager Buck Showalter and Sox manager John Farrell.

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