“The Cape Cod Baseball League will be watching the coronavirus Covid-19 concerns closely in the coming days, and weeks. As we do not start until mid-June, at this early time, we have no plans to make any changes for our upcoming season. Our main interest right now is the health of our players, fans, and … Read more
By Alexis Dill – Intern SOUTH YARMOUTH – Southpaw John Beller (Southern California) had a sensational start for the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox last night in game one of round two of the playoffs, but five different infielders committed an error to hand the Harwich Mariners a 5-1 win. The Red Sox will be challenged tonight … Read more
By Dylan Porcaro – Intern HARWICH – The Red Sox lost to the Mariners in game two of the Eastern Division Championship series by a score of 5-1. Y-D is now eliminated from the postseason, but the team certainly shouldn’t hang their heads as their 22-19-3 season had a bunch of success. On paper, going … Read more
The No. 3 Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox’s nail-biter of a victory over the No. 2 Orleans Firebirds last night featured gutsy performances by all three Y-D pitchers – Eric Tolman, Carlos Lomeli, and Oscar Carvajal – a 2-4 performance at the plate by Tate Samuelson, a two-run home run off the bat of Andrew Eyster, and a revitalized Red Sox team that looks ready to sweep the Firebirds tonight to advance to the second round of the playoffs.
The East Division playoff bracket became a little more interesting Tuesday night as the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox lost 1-0 to the West Division’s last-place team, the Hyannis Harbor Hawks. A Y-D loss, two Orleans Firebirds wins, and two Chatham Anglers losses shuffled the standings around ? Orleans and Chatham are now tied for first place with 48 points, while Y-D trails by one point.
One night after piling on 19 hits and 12 RBIs in a 13-7 win against the Harwich Mariners, the Red Sox offense stayed hot in a 9-1 win against the Cotuit Kettleers, as six different players had a multi-hit game and all 11 players to have had a plate appearance reached base at least once. Jack Jett (Hofstra) pitched 3.2 scoreless innings to get the win in his first appearance for Y-D.