The Cape Cod Baseball League Executive Committee has voted unanimously to cancel the 2020 Cape Cod Baseball League season. The decision was based on the health concerns and safety needs of all involved. Following CDC guidelines and medical recommendations, the league determined it would be impossible to guarantee the safety of players, coaches, umpires, host … Read more
“The Cape Cod Baseball League is continuing to monitor the updates from local, state and federal officials on what we may expect in the coming days, weeks and months ahead. At this time, our hope is to start the 2020 season as scheduled on Saturday, June 13, 2020. The Cape Cod Baseball League Officers are … Read more
“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
Southpaw John Beller had a sensational start for the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox last night in game one of round two of the playoffs, but Y-D only managed to score one run on 11 hits and committed five errors to hand the Harwich Mariners a 5-1 win. The Red Sox will be challenged tonight as they face elimination against one of Harwich’s best arms – Jacob Palisch, who had a 0.77 ERA throughout the regular season – on their home field. Ryan Hare will get the start for the Sox.
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.