By Jon Mettus
June 13, 2016
BOURNE — The Kettleers scored their first run in 15 2/3 innings with a ground out by Spencer Gaa (Bradley) in the top of the seventh inning on Monday, but Bourne (3-0) knocked in nine runs and beat Cotuit (0-3), 10-1, at Doran Park.
Cal Becker was Cotuit’s starter and held the Braves scoreless through the first two innings, despite allowing runnings to get on base, but in the third he unraveled. Bourne scored four runs as Becker struggled to hit his spots and threw several wild pitches.
The bats came around, mustering up nine hits, but the Kettleers’ four runs through three games this year is the worst total in the league.