by Nick Solari, Intern, Quinnipiac University
June 24, 2013
- Chatham wins 6-4 over Cotuit
- Errors plagued the Kettleers again tonight. They made four in the game, and 19 in the last six.
- Cotuit had 13 hits on the night. They have 27 in the two games since getting no-hit at home against Bourne on Saturday.
- Chatham starter Andrew McGee (Monmouth) went 7.0 innings tonight, giving up eight hits, one run, and striking out eight. It was the first run he has given up all season. He has also walked only one batter in 18.0 innings. He moves to 2-0 on the season.
- Jared Walsh (Georgia) got the start today for Cotuit. He only lasted two innings, giving up two hits and walking three. Walsh was the only of the Kettleers’ five pitchers who did not give up an earned run.
- The Kettleers bullpen went 5.2 straight scoreless innings last night without giving up a single run.
- Cotuit threatened in the bottom half of the ninth. They scored one run, and got the game’s tying run to first base before Jacob Dorris (Texas AU) struck out Yale Rosen (Washington St) to end it
- Max Schrock (South Carolina) paced the Cotuit offense for the night. He went 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run. He is now 5-for-8 in his last two ballgames.
- In the absence of Bradley Zimmer, Steven Duggar (Clemson) led off for the second night in a row. He went 2-for-5 with a stolen base, after going 3-for-5 last night.
- Cotuit ripped off three more doubles in tonight’s contest, giving them a Cape League leading 20 on the season. Hunter Cole (Georgia), Galli Cribbs Jr. (Clarendon), Rhett Wiseman (Vanderbilt) all had the doubles.
- Mike Ford (Princeton) went 0-for-5 today. He entered the game leading the Cape League in batting average. He is now at .364
- The Kettleers offense left nine men on base, seven of which were in scoring position.
- Shortstop Edwin Rios (FIU) arrived in Cotuit today.