The Boston Red Sox won the 2013 World Series — the team’s third title in the last decade — and the majority of the roster consisted of former Portland Sea Dogs players. Because of a renewed focus on promoting from within and investing in prospects, the Sea Dogs, which are the Red Sox’ Double A minor league affiliate, are perhaps a more direct part of Boston’s success than ever before. On this episode of the Ink and Pine podcast, Chris Sedenka, host of the “P.M. Jab” on sports radio 96.3 FM in Greater Portland, talks with Bangor Daily News Portland Bureau Chief Seth Koenig and Maine Digital Press Founder Dan Bodoff about which former Sea Dogs played the biggest roles in this season’s World Series run, which Portland players are most likely to make it to Fenway Park in the next few years, and how Portland fans can see future stars in other major sports as well.
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