By: Sean Bailey, Writing Intern, Providence College
July 13, 2013
- Cotuit 5 Hyannis 0
- Arming Up
- Jake Fincher (NC State) had a terrific outfield assist in the first inning. He made a charge on a single into right, and fired the ball home to nab the runner by five feet.
- Finding their Hits
- Nolan Clark (Concordia) had his first hit in five games today. He went two for three with a walk, scoring two runs.
- Built Ford Tough
- Mike Ford (Princeton) continued his hot hitting. He pushed his lineup over .400, putting it to .420. He also hit his fourth and fifth homeruns, both two run shots. He also had an RBI single in the third, giving him all the RBIs on the day for the Kettleers. The RBIs were his team leading 18th. Over the last seven days Ford has stroked the ball to the tune of a .609. He also has three of his homeruns, and ten RBIs over that stretch
- Pitching Prowess
- Christian Cecilio (University of San Francisco), Joel Seddon (South Carolina), and Brian Miller (Vanderbilt) combined for the shut out today. Cecilio went five scoreless innings, striking out two and scattering six hits. Seddon went two scoreless innings, striking out two and not allowing a hit. Then Miller shut the door going two scoreless with two strikeouts and no hits.
- Seddon now has opened the season with 17 1/3 scoreless innings. Seddon has only allowed nine hits on the season.
- Barnstable Patriots Cup
- This was the fourth meeting between Hyannis and Cotuit, in their series for the Barnstable Patriots Cup. The Cup is awarded to the winner of the season series. Barnstable is the only town in the Cape with two teams. With Cotuit’s win they now hold a 3-1 lead in the series