Hawks stay hot with 7-4 win over Falmouth
By Jim Hogan
Marc Brakeman (Stanford), who was named Coca-Cola Pitcher of the Week for his performance against Wareham last Tuesday, just made his case to win the award again this week.
Brakeman dominated the Falmouth Commodores over six innings, as the Harbor Hawks won, 7-4, at McKeon Park on Tuesday night.
In his six innings of work, Brakeman struck out nine and only walked one. He constantly pounded the strike zone and scattered just six hits during his scoreless outing. Brakeman’s start against Falmouth comes after another dominant performance when he dazzled Wareham to the tune of 11 strikeouts in six scoreless innings.
“I was just able to come out and throw all my stuff for strikes today. And luckily I’d get down in the count and I could get my way back into it throwing that changeup over the plate,” said Brakeman, who lowered his ERA to 2.18.
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La Prise Shines as Hawks Rout Bourne, 15-6
By Jim Hogan
BOURNE, Mass. – The Bourne Braves may be in first place in the Western Division, but it was the Harbor Hawks who played like it. For the third time in five matchups, Hyannis beat Bourne.
The visiting Hawks soared past the Braves, 15-6, on Friday night at Doran Park. Hyannis collected 20 hits in the blowout, with John La Prise (Virginia) leading the way with four. In the fifth, the Hawks erupted for seven runs.
It was a 4-3 game in favor of Hyannis when the fifth inning started. Before long, it was a blowout, as the Hawks batted around and put up seven runs. Donnie Dewees Jr. (North Florida) singled twice, had an RBI and scored once in the inning. La Prise stayed hot, singling home a run. Cam Gibson (Michigan State), Dylan Bosheers (Tennessee Tech), Daniel Kihle (Wichita State) and Carl Wise (College of Charleston) chipped in with hits.
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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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