Interviews with both Ford Proctor and Ryan Olenek

This week I had the opportunity to sit down and talk to Ford Proctor, the only returning position player from a year ago. I asked him a variety of questions and for the first time in seven years I had an interview that I thought was worthy of publishing. For every question I ask I . . . → Read More: Interviews with both Ford Proctor and Ryan Olenek

Hawks Fall in Season Finale, 9-7

The Hyannis Harbor Hawks squared off against the Falmouth Commodores in the final game of the regular season tonight. Falmouth eliminated Hyannis from playoff contention last night, but it still would be nice to go out with a win.

The Hawks were able to take advantage of a struggling pitcher, scoring 3 runs in . . . → Read More: Hawks Fall in Season Finale, 9-7

Harbor Hawks Are Officially Eliminated from Playoff Contention, Lose 7-6

The Hyannis Harbor Hawks entered tonight’s game with playoff hopes still alive, trailing the Wareham Gatemen by two points. A win for the Hawks and a loss for Wareham would make the last game of the summer tomorrow be the deciding factor for the final playoff spot. It would be no easy task though, as . . . → Read More: Harbor Hawks Are Officially Eliminated from Playoff Contention, Lose 7-6

Hyannis Keeps Their Season Alive, Win 8-6

With 3 games remaining on the schedule entering tonight, the Harbor Hawks could not afford a loss. The Harwich Mariners came to McKeon Park, a team that the Hawks were yet to beat this summer. As much as Hyannis needed to win, it wouldn’t mean a thing if the Wareham Gatemen pulled off a victory . . . → Read More: Hyannis Keeps Their Season Alive, Win 8-6

Cotuit’s Bats Are Too Much, Hawks Fall 3-2

The Hyannis Harbor Hawks took on the Cotuit Kettleers for the final time of the year today. It was a peculiar setting, as the make-up game was played at 12:00 because Cotuit had to play again at 6:30 in Wareham. It was no surprise that this was a must win for the Hawks with only . . . → Read More: Cotuit’s Bats Are Too Much, Hawks Fall 3-2

Hawks Take Down Braves, 4-2

After a big win last night, the Hawks were determined to gain ground on the Wareham Gatemen as they attempt to make the postseason. Throughout the game, Hyannis fans were keeping a close eye on the Orleans-Wareham game, as a Harbor Hawk win and a Gatemen loss would’ve put them at a tie for fourth . . . → Read More: Hawks Take Down Braves, 4-2

Hawks Silence the Braves, 5-0

The Hyannis Harbor Hawks entered tonight’s game in pretty much a must win situation with only 6 games (including tonight) remaining. They were home at McKeon Park to battle the Bourne Braves, who could clinch a playoff spot themselves with a win.

Jordan Martinson was given the ball tonight to start for the Hawks and . . . → Read More: Hawks Silence the Braves, 5-0

Firebirds Top the Hawks, 7-2

The Hyannis Harbor Hawks travelled to Eldredge Park to take on the first place Orleans Firebirds tonight. The last time they made the trip out here, they stunned the Firebirds with a 2-1 victory.

For the third straight game the Harbor Hawks were the first team to score. With one out in the top of . . . → Read More: Firebirds Top the Hawks, 7-2

Commodores Explode Late, Hawks Lose 7-1

The Hyannis Harbor Hawks were on the road once again tonight to play the Falmouth Commodores. They entered the game 4 points behind Wareham, meaning a Harbor Hawk win and a Gatemen loss would narrow the gap down to 2 points.

Michael Brettell was on the mound for the Hawks, coming off of a 6 . . . → Read More: Commodores Explode Late, Hawks Lose 7-1

Big Win for the Hawks, 7-4

The Hyannis Harbor Hawks crossed the bridge tonight to battle the 4th place Wareham Gatemen. They entered the game 6 points behind the Gatemen in the standings, so a win was key to keep the playoff hopes alive.

The Hawks jumped out to an early lead tonight in the top of the 3rd. Ford Proctor . . . → Read More: Big Win for the Hawks, 7-4