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Cape Cod Baseball League Recap for June 25th

As many of you know, the Cape Cod Baseball League is the premier college baseball summer league. They started up play a couple of weeks ago and since we were busy with 2011 College World Series coverage, I haven’t been able to update you on some of the current happenings in the league. Here is your update for the games on June 25th. 

Harwich Mariners 8 Chatham Anglers 3

Northeastern LHP Andrew Leenhouts only gave up two hits in his four innings of work to pick up the win for Harwich. Leading the offense for the Mariners was LSU’s Jacoby Jones who went 2-3 with a run scored and an RBI. Chatham was led by Rollins College catcher Sean Reilly who went 3-3 with a run scored.

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Falmouth Commodores 6 Hyannis Harbor Hawks 1

Falmouth starting pitcher Joe Bircher (Bradley) went six innings giving up only one hit while striking out nine to pick up the win over the first place Hyannis Harbor Hawks. He was helped by an offense led by Billy Ferriter (UConn) and Jack Marder (Oregon) who each went 2-5 with a run scored. Ferriter also chipped in with two RBI on the day.

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Orleans Firebirds 5 Brewster Whitecaps 2

The Orleans Firebirds used a nine hit attack to pick up a 5-2 win over the Brewster Whitecaps on Saturday evening. They were led by Long Beach State shortstop Matt Duffy who went 3-4 with a run scored and two RBI. The pitching was also solid from the Firebirds as Arizona RHP Kurt Heyer went five scoreless innings giving up four hits.

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Wareham Gatemen 1 Cotuit Kettleers 0

Wareham got a great starting pitching performance from Baylor LHP Joshua Turley who pitched 5.2 scoreless innings giving up only three hits to get the victory. The save was picked up by Arizona RHP Konner Wade who pitched a perfect ninth inning. Mississippi State’s CT Bradford drove in the only run with a two out triple in the fifth inning to bring home LSU’s Tyler Ross from second base.

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  • Kgarbus

    I thought C.T. Bradford played for Mississippi State?