Hickman, Hawks Defeat Wareham, 3-0
By Jim Hogan
WAREHAM, Mass. – It took until the top of the seventh inning with one out for the Hawks to get their first base runner of the game against Wareham. When that happened, other runners reached base and Hyannis started scoring.
After losing 11 straight road games, the visiting Hawks defeated the Gatemen, 3-0, at Spillane Field on Wednesday night. Hyannis’ shutout win was the second in as many days against Wareham.
Daniel Kihle (Wichita State) stepped to the plate with one out in the seventh. At that point, 19 Hyannis batters had been retired in order. Instead of continuing that trend, Kihle delivered the Hawks’ first hit of the game, roping a double past a diving third baseman. Donnie Dewees Jr. (North Florida) then walked. Up next was Carl Wise (College of Charleston). With a hit-and-run in place, Wise hit a single where the third baseman would’ve been had he not ran to cover third. Kihle ran all the way home, making it 1-0. Bobby Melley (Connecticut) reached on a fielder’s choice, and then stole second without drawing a throw from the catcher. That put runners on second and third for John La Prise (Virginia). With a 1-2 count, he stroked a two-run single up the middle, giving the Hawks a 3-0 lead.
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Hawks Bounce Back; Defeat Wareham, 7-0
By Chris Morales
With Christmas in July bringing holiday cheers to all in attendance at McKeon Park, the hometown Harbor Hawks faced the most important game of their season to date.
Fortunately for Hyannis, Santa brought in the best gift possible tonight: A shutout against a surging Wareham Gatemen team, by the final score of 7-0. With the win, the Harbor Hawks avoid falling into a one-point difference in the Western Division for the final playoff spot.
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Hawks Enjoy Special Day Off
By Jim Hogan
BOSTON – The Harbor Hawks, like the rest of the Cape Cod Baseball League, were off Tuesday. But it wasn’t a day of rest as Hyannis had a morning workout. This wasn’t a typical workout, though.
Their morning workout was at Fenway Park.
All 10 teams in the league went through an organized workout at Fenway in front of scouts, league officials, parents, host families, interns and many others.
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