Hyannis season comes to a close, lose to Falmouth 8-2
HYANNIS, MA – The 2016 season came to a close Saturday night for the Hyannis Harbor Hawks who couldn’t find their footing in a series with the number one seeded Falmouth Commodores in the Western Division of the Cape Cod Baseball League playoffs. The Hawks lost 8-2 in Game 2 of the playoff series against . . . → Read More: Hyannis season comes to a close, lose to Falmouth 8-2
Hawks Pushed to Brink After 6-0 Loss in Falmouth
A JJ Matijevic three-run home run proved to be all the Falmouth Commodores needed in a 6-0 Game One rout of the Hyannis Harbor Hawks Wednesday night. The Hawks were just the latest victim of league ERA leader Jeff Passantino who tossed six shutout innings in his playoffs debut.
Passantino’s clean sheet did not . . . → Read More: Hawks Pushed to Brink After 6-0 Loss in Falmouth
Hyannis Falls In Final Regular Season Game
HYANNIS, MA – Wrapping up the regular season, the Harbor Hawks hosted the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox Wednesday night at McKeon Park. After clinching a playoff spot the night prior, Hyannis used the night to experiment with new players in different positions. A full run of the bullpen was also in affect in order to prepare . . . → Read More: Hyannis Falls In Final Regular Season Game
Hawks Clinch Playoff Spot, But Fall to Falmouth 9-2
The Hyannis Harbor Hawks will have a chance to defend their Western Division title in 2016 even after a 9-2 drubbing at the hands of the Falmouth Commodores Tuesday night.
More important than any play in the Hyannis-Falmouth game perhaps was Joey Thomas’ three-run double in Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox 6-1 victory over the Cotuit Kettleers, . . . → Read More: Hawks Clinch Playoff Spot, But Fall to Falmouth 9-2
Cotuit Hands Hawks Sixth Straight Loss, 5-1
The Cotuit Kettleers left McKeon Park with two important things Monday night after their 5-1 over the Hyannis Harbor Hawks. One was the physical embodiment of victory, which came in the form of the Barnstable Patriot Cup trophy, having won the season series over their arch rivals 4-2. More importantly though, Cotuit went home with . . . → Read More: Cotuit Hands Hawks Sixth Straight Loss, 5-1
Another Loss Keeps Hyannis From Clinching Playoff Spot
HARWICH, MA – Traveling to Whitehouse Field, the Harbor Hawks took on the Harwich Mariners for the fourth and final time of the season Sunday night. Down in the series 1-2, Hyannis was not only looking to tie things up evenly, but also clinching a playoff berth in the western division. Leading the eastern division, . . . → Read More: Another Loss Keeps Hyannis From Clinching Playoff Spot
Hawks lose their fourth straight, drop to Orleans 2-1
HYANNIS, MA – The Hawks late season free-fall continued Saturday night when they lost their fourth straight in a close game to the Orleans Firebirds 2-1. Hyannis couldn’t seem to get a good read on Orleans all season and were swept by the Firebirds in the season series 4-0. With this loss the Hawks look . . . → Read More: Hawks lose their fourth straight, drop to Orleans 2-1
Hawks Drop Third Straight, Lose at Cotuit 3-1
The Cotuit Kettleers still have something to play for this season after defeating their arch rivals, the Hyannis Harbor Hawks, 3-1 Friday night. Hyannis failed to clinch a playoff spot of its own with the loss, and could have finished the Kettleers playoff chances as well with a win at Lowell Park.
John Gavin . . . → Read More: Hawks Drop Third Straight, Lose at Cotuit 3-1
Gatemen Shut Out Harbor Hawks In Final Meeting, 5-0
WAREHAM, MA – Making the trip over the bridge for the final time this season, the Harbor Hawks battled the Wareham Gatemen in an important divisional match up Wednesday night. Looking to keep their playoff slot, Hyannis came with a strong, focused mentality that showed early on, however did not carry throughout the game. The . . . → Read More: Gatemen Shut Out Harbor Hawks In Final Meeting, 5-0
Hawks get coal for Christmas
HYANNIS, MA – The Hyannis Harbor Hawks celebrated Christmas in July tonight, however, the Falmouth Commodores arrived just after Santa, leaving the Hawks with nothing but coal. The Commodores beat the Hawks 7-3 despite a phenomenal game by Hyannis starter Justin Lewis.
Lewis, making his second start of the season, pitched lights out baseball for . . . → Read More: Hawks get coal for Christmas