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--June 2000 News Archives--

6/13 Y-D 4, Hyannis 2
6/14 Hyannis 1, Orleans 3
6/15 Wareham 11, Hyannis 3
6/16 Hyannis 0, Harwich 1
6/17 Cotuit 3, Hyannis 10
6/18 Hyannis 0, Bourne 4
6/20 Hyannis 1, Wareham 5
6/21 Falmouth 12, Hyannis 4
6/22 Orleans 5, Hyannis 0
6/23 Brewster 2, Hyannis 7
6/24 Hyannis 6, Y-D 3
6/25 Bourne 10, Hyannis 9
6/26 Hyannis 3, Chatham 0
6/28 Hyannis 4, Wareham 5
6/29 Y-D 0, Hyannis 1
6/30 Hyannis 7, Orleans 7

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Mets rained on and thrown at; fall to Red Sox in opener

story from 6/13/00; posted on 6/14/00 at 14:35 EDT

--HYANNIS--The Y-D Red Sox won in the inaugural game of the 2000 CCBL season by a score of 4-2. Due to a steady combination of rain and light-blocking clouds, the game was called after eight innings. The game at McKeon Field saw sun, wind, and even an military helicopter during the course of the game. It also saw a seemingly record-setting six hit batsmen by all of the pitchers combined.

With the score at 2-1 in favor of Hyannis in the top of the fifth, Y-D's Ulises Cabrera (Vanderbilt) led off the inning with one of his team's two HBPs. Luke Nelson (Southern Illinois) followed with a single up the middle. Chris Rosado (Boston College) laid down a sacrifice bunt to move the runners into scoring position, and the runners were hit home by Cory Sullivan (Wake Forest).

The lead was held for Y-D by Brandon Luna (Cypress College), a sidearmer who allowed no hits in the final 2 2/3 innings, striking out five and walking four.

Hyannis' first run came in the second inning. Greg Miller (James Madison) reached base on an error, moved to second on a wild pitch, and scored on a single by Jesse Carlton. Miller was also hit twice in the game.

Justin Taylor (0-1) was "hit" with the Mets' loss despite a solid outing. The Baylor pitcher only gave up four hits and two earned runs in six innings, striking out four and walking three.

Brad Comer (1-0) from Wake Forest got the win for Y-D. His three hit batsmen aside, the rest of his line is rather impressive: five innings, four hits, one earned run, one walk, and four strikeouts.

Only three out of the six runs in the game were earned; the two teams also combined for four costly errors.

Mike Scott (Connecticut), one of Hyannis' two returning players from the 1999 team, came up big in the third inning with a triple to the gap in right-center. He eventually scored off a hit by Jon Henry Kail (Georgia Tech).

Besides three errors, the Mets' fatal downfall was the 11 runners left stranded during the game.

Now, about that helicopter! It had landed in the adjacent soccer/lacrosse field several hours ago to take part in a demonstration for the Horace Mann Charter School, whose school year is about to come to an end. During the Mets' batting practice, the chopper powered up, hovered over the fields for several minutes, and then left the area. It is not yet known whether any F-18 fighter jets will be available to do fly-bys at Cape League games after the national anthem is played.

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BOX SCORE FOR 6/13/2000

YARMOUTH-DENNIS--100 200 10--4
HYANNIS----------011 000 00--2

YARMOUTH-DENNIS     ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Sullivan cf          4  1  2   2   0   0   0
Larkin 2b            4  0  0   0   0   0   2
-Stotts pr           0  1  0   0   0   0   0
Lopaze 1b            2  0  0   0   0   0   2
McLanahan rf         2  0  0   0   2   1   0
Baker dh             1  0  0   0   1   1   2
-Wong ph             0  0  0   0   0   0   0
--Monahan pr         0  0  0   0   0   0   0
Garcia ss            4  0  1   1   0   1   2
Cabrera 3b           3  1  0   0   0   1   3
Nelson lf            3  1  1   0   0   1   0
Rosado c             2  0  0   0   0   0   0

TOTALS              25  4  4   3   3   5  11

BATTING--2B: Sullivan (1) HP: Cabrera (5), Wong (8) SF: Lopaze (1)  S:  Baker (4), Rosado (5), Lopaze (8) Team LOB: 6

BASERUNNING--SB: Sullivan (5) CS: Garcia (2)

FIELDING--E: Larkin (2) DP: Cabrera-Larkin-Lopaze (2), Lopaze-Garcia-Comer (5)
 

HYANNIS            ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Scott cf            5  1  1   0   0   1   5
Holm ss             1  0  0   0   1   0   1
Kail dh             4  0  1   1   0   2   2
Stavisky rf         4  0  1   0   0   1   2
Athas 3b            2  0  0   0   2   1   2
Miller lf           2  1  0   0   0   1   1
Harris 2b           2  0  0   0   1   0   2
Carlton 1b          2  0  1   1   2   1   2
-Kantrovitz pr      0  0  0   0   0   0   0
Riley c             4  0  0   0   0   2   7

TOTALS             26  2  4   2   6   9  24

BATTING--3B: Scott (3) HP: Holm 2 (1-5), Miller 2 (4-6) SH: Harris (6) GIDP: Riley (2), Stavisky (5) Team LOB: 11

FIELDING--E: Taylor (1), Coenen (8), Holm (8)
 

PITCHING              ip  h  r  er  bb  so  bf
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YARMOUTH-DENNIS
Comer (W, 1-0)       5.0  4  2   1   1   4  22
Barrett              0.1  0  0   0   1   0   3
Luna  (S, 1)         2.2  0  0   0   4   5  12
TOTALS               8.0  4  2   1   6   9  37
HYANNIS
Taylor (L, 0-1)      6.0  4  3   2   3   4  25
Conden               1.0  0  0   0   0   1   3
Coenen               0.1  0  1   0   0   0   3
Desalvo              0.2  0  0   0   0   0   3
TOTALS               8.0  4  4   2   3   5  34

WP: Comer, Taylor HP:  Comer 3, Taylor, Barrett, Desalvo

Umpires: Granger (P), Hamilton (B)

Time: 2:38 Weather: Cloudy w/drizzle, 10-15 mph wind (right to left), 55 degrees

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Orleans plays its Cards right, wins over Mets

story from 6/14/00; posted on 6/15/00 at 15:43 EDT

--ORLEANS--For the first time under their new lights at Eldredge Park, the Orleans Cardinals pulled out a victory against the Hyannis Mets, 3-2. Orleans moves to a record of 2-0 in the Eastern Division, while the Mets fall to 0-2 in the Western Division.

Hyannis pitcher Dan Core (Florida Atlantic) settled down after walking three of the first four batters, only one of which scored. Core (0-1) struck out five in six innings, and retired twelve consecutive batters at one point.

Orleans produced a two-run sixth inning. With the score knotted at one, returning Cardinal Jason Basil (Georgia Tech) reached base on a walk and scored on a double by the next batter, Tyler Beuerlein (Grand Canyon). Beuerlein then came home on a hit by Chad Tracy (East Carolina).

The winning pitcher for Orleans was starter Brett Lewis (Georgia Southern). Lewis (1-0) threw seven innings for the Cardinals with seven strikeouts and no walks. Taft Cable (UNC-Greensboro) pitched the ninth inning for his second save.

Brian Stavisky (Notre Dame) led the Hyannis offense, reaching base on three occasions with a hit, a walk, and an error.

Mike Scott is still without a regular hit this season, leading off the game with a double to left field. (He hit a triple in yesterday's game, and leads the team in extra base hits.) He accounted for Hyannis' only run in that same inning.

The relief pitchers for Hyannis were Greg Conden (George Washington) and Chris Walsh (Northeastern). Each pitched one inning, allowing no additional damage.

Hyannis' offense was shot down late in the game. Three out of the last four offensive innings for the Mets ended in a double play.

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BOX SCORE FOR 6/14/2000

HYANNIS-----100 000 000--1
ORLEANS-----100 002 00X--3

HYANNIS             ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Scott cf             3  1  1   0   0   0   1
Holm ss              4  0  1   0   0   2   2
Corr 3b              3  0  0   0   0   1   2
-Miller 3b           1  0  0   0   0   1   0
Stavisky rf          3  0  1   0   1   0   0
Kail lf              3  0  1   0   0   1   1
Athas 1b             4  0  0   0   0   1   2
Harris 2b            3  0  0   0   0   0   2
Korchin dh           3  0  0   0   0   1   1
Riley c              3  0  1   0   0   1   1

TOTALS              30  1  5   0   1   8  12

BATTING--2B: Scott (1) HP: Korchin (7), Harris (9) SH: Scott (5), Kail (6) GIDP: Harris (6), Scott (7), Korchin (9) Team LOB: 7

BASERUNNING--PO: Holm (8)

FIELDING--E: Core (2) DP: Holm-Harris-Athas (8)
 

ORLEANS            ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Harris cf           4  0  0   0   0   2   0
Delfino ss          3  1  0   0   1   2   1
Huff 1b             2  0  0   0   1   0   0
Prince c            3  0  1   0   1   0   0
-McCullough c       0  0  0   0   0   0   0
Basil lf            2  1  0   1   1   0   0
Beuerlein dh        4  1  1   1   0   2   3
Tracy 3b            3  0  1   1   0   0   0
Medina rf           3  0  0   0   0   0   1
Tempesta 2b         3  0  1   0   0   0   0

TOTALS             27  3  4   3   4   6   5

BATTING--2B: Beuerlein (6) HP: Huff (8) SF: Basil (1) GIDP: Basil (8) Team LOB: 6

FIELDING--E: Tempesta 2 (1-2), Tracy (6) DP: Tracy-Tempesta-Huff (6), Lewis-Huff (7), Tempesta-Delfino-Huff (9)
 

PITCHING              ip  h  r  er  bb  so  bf
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HYANNIS
Core (L, 0-1)        6.0  3  3   3   4   5  26
Conden               1.0  0  0   0   0   1   3
Walsh                1.0  1  0   0   0   0   4
TOTALS               8.0  4  3   3   4   6  33
ORLEANS
Lewis (W, 1-0)       7.0  4  1   0   0   7  28
Blood                1.0  1  0   0   1   1   4
Cable (S, 2)         1.0  0  0   0   0   0   3
TOTALS               9.0  5  1   0   1   8  35

PB: Prince(4) HBP: Lewis (7), Walsh (8), Cable (9)

Time: 2:27 Weather:  partly cloudy, wind calm, 52 degrees.

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Mets outhit by Wareham

story from 6/15/00; posted on 6/16/00 at 00:03 EDT

--HYANNIS--More than doubling their hit output for the whole season in one game, the Wareham Gatemen put the bat on the ball for 14 hits, and beat the Mets by a score of 11-3.

The undisputed offensive MVP of the Gatemen was Greg Porter (Texas A&M), who was 3-for-4 with four runs and 3 RBI. Two of his three hits were triples to the gap in left-center.

Steve Holm (Oral Roberts) and Jon Henry Kail produced nearly identical numbers for the Mets. Each of them added two hits and a run scored to the Mets' efforts.

The winning pitcher was Russ Bayer (1-0). Bayer (Miami of Ohio) threw six innings for Wareham, allowing only one earned run and striking out two. He also acted as the designated hitter for himself, hitting a double in the second and getting 2 RBI.

John Birtwell (0-1) was hit very hard during his outing, and was credited with the loss. Birtwell (Harvard) did strike out five batters in 5 1/3 innings, but he allowed nine runs. Only four of those runs were earned, due mainly to his three errors in the field.

Another offensive contributer for the Mets was Frank Corr. Corr (Stetson) reached base in all three at-bats with a single, an error, and a double.

Wareham had eight hitters score runs in the game. They had two three-run innings, and one four-run inning.

In the bottom of the eigth with two outs and Kail on first, a hard-hit ball by Jamie Athas (Wake Forest) was misplayed by Wareham right fielder Mike Prochaska (NC State) and went to the wall. Kail scored, but Athas was thrown out trying to reach third base. The game was called on account of darkness shortly afterwards.

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BOX SCORE FOR 6/15/2000

WAREHAM--031 304 00--11
HYANNIS--100 001 01--3

WAREHAM             ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Adler 1b-p           5  1  2   1   0   0   0
Stone lf             4  1  1   0   0   2   2
Lambert ss           5  1  1   1   0   1   2
Porter 3b            4  4  3   3   1   0   0
McCarthy cf          4  1  1   1   0   1   2
Parker c             4  1  2   2   0   0   0
Prochaska rf         4  1  2   1   0   0   0
Bayer p-dh           4  0  1   2   0   1   3
-Hintz 1b            0  0  0   0   0   0   0
Mager 2b             3  1  1   0   1   1   1

TOTALS              37 11 14  11   2   6  10

BATTING--2B: Bayer (2), Lambert (6) 3B: Porter 2 (4-6) HP: McCarthy (6) SH: Stone (4) GIDP: Bayer (6) Team LOB: 5

BASERUNNING--SB: Adler (2) CS: Lambert (1)

FIELDING--E: Lambert (1), Prochaska (8) DP: Lambert-Mager-Adler (3) Outfield Assist: Prochaksa (8)
 

HYANNIS            ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Scott cf            3  0  0   0   0   1   2
Holm ss             4  1  2   0   0   1   2
Corr 3b             3  0  2   0   0   0   0
-Fagan pr           0  1  0   0   0   0   0
--Korchin 1b        1  0  0   0   0   0   0
Stavisky rf         4  0  0   0   0   0   2
Kail dh             4  1  2   1   0   0   0
Athas 1b-3b         4  0  0   0   0   0   3
Harris 2b           2  0  0   0   0   1   0
Kantrovitz 2b       1  0  0   0   0   0   1
Miller lf           2  0  0   0   1   0   0
Riley c             2  0  1   0   0   0   1
-Carlton c          1  0  0   0   0   0   0

TOTALS             31  3  7   1   1   3  11

BATTING--2B: Corr (6) HP: Scott (7) GIDP: Stavisky (3) Team LOB: 6

FIELDING--E: Harris (2), Birtwell 3 (2-3-6) DP: Holm-Kantrovitz-Athas (6) Outfield Assist: Stavisky (5)
 

PITCHING              ip  h  r  er  bb  so  bf
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WAREHAM
Bayer (W, 1-0)       6.0  6  2   1   1   2  25
Gonzalez             1.2  0  0   0   0   1   6
Adler                0.1  1  1   0   0   0   2
TOTALS               8.0  7  3   1   1   3  33
HYANNIS
Birtwell (L, 0-1)    5.1 11  9   4   2   5  30
Sullivan             0.2  3  2   2   0   0   5
Walsh                2.0  0  0   0   0   1   6
TOTALS               8.0 14 11   6   2   6  41

HBP: Sullivan (6), Gonzalez (7)

Umpires: Gibbs (P), Crowley (B)

Time: 2:17 Weather: Overcast w/drizzle, wind 10-15 mph blowing out, 60 degrees.

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Harwich wins pitcher's duel, 1-0 over Hyannis

story from 6/16/00; posted on 6/16/00 at 23:26 EDT

--HARWICH--In a quick game that highlighted great pitching and defense, the Mariners extended their undefeated season and prevented the Mets from picking up their first win of the year. The game saw three hits and two errors on each side and little else, ending in a lightning-fast two hours and two minutes. The Mariners had an unearned run in the fourth, and the score ended up 1-0.

The run was scored by second baseman John Cole (Nebraska-Lincoln). He reached base on a hit to right field, advanced to third on a sacrifice bunt by Charles Bilezikjan (St. John's) that was misplayed by Mets third baseman Frank Corr for an error, and scored on a sacrifice fly by Jason Colson (Winthrop).

Despite being hit with the loss, the star pitcher of the day was Hyannis' Jason Bush (Virginia Tech). He allowed no earned runs in eight innings, gave up only three hits, struck out five, and walked two. His record fell to an undeserving 0-1.

The winning pitcher, Jay Belflower (Florida), moves to 1-0 after throwing seven scoreless innings. He allowed two hits and struck out two. Ryan Stegall (Missouri), who played third base for the first eight innings, pitched a scoreless ninth inning for his first save of the season.

The Mets' basestealing inability was again evident in today's game. In the top of the ninth, Todd Korchin (Northeastern) had a two-out base hit, and Greg Miller was inserted as a pinch runner. He was thrown out trying to steal on the second pitch of the following at-bat to end the game.

An interesting defensive play took place on both sides of the ball. Twice during the game, in the first inning for Harwich and in the seventh inning for Hyannis, a hard-hit line drive bounced off of the pitcher. The second baseman then picked the ball up, who fired it to first for the out. A record for 1-4-3 putouts in a game is not listed in the CCBL media guide, but it would seem that this record was either tied or beaten.

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BOX SCORE FOR 6/16/2000

HYANNIS-----000 000 000--0
HARWICH-----000 100 00X--1

HYANNIS            ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Scott cf            3  0  0   0   0   0   1
Holm 2b             3  0  0   0   1   0   0
Corr 3b             4  0  0   0   0   1   2
Stavisky rf         4  0  0   0   0   1   0
Kail lf             3  0  0   0   0   0   0
Korchin dh          3  0  1   0   0   1   0
-Miller pr          0  0  0   0   0   0   0
Athas ss            3  0  0   0   0   0   1
Carlton 1b          3  0  1   0   0   0   3
Riley c             2  0  1   0   0   0   0

TOTALS             28  0  3   0   1   3   7

BATTING--HP: Korchin (5), Kail (7) SH: Riley (3), Scott (6) Team LOB: 6

BASERUNNING--CS: Miller (9)

FIELDING--E: Corr 2 (4-6)
 

HARWICH               ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Stern cf               3  0  0   0   1   1   1
Nettles lf             3  0  0   0   0   0   1
Cole 2b                3  1  1   0   0   1   1
Bilezikjan rf          2  0  0   0   0   0   1
Eldred dh              3  0  0   0   0   1   3
-Bartlett 3b           0  0  0   0   0   0   0
Colson 1b              2  0  0   1   0   0   1
Stegall 3b-p           3  0  1   0   0   0   1
Joyner c               3  0  0   0   0   2   1
Daniel ss              3  0  1   0   0   0   0

TOTALS                25  1  3   1   1   5  10

BATTING--SF: Colson (4) SH: Bilezikjan (4) Team LOB: 4

BASERUNNING--SB: Stern 2 (1), Stegall (2), Bilezikjan (6) CS: Daniel (5) PO: Nettles (3)

FIELDING--E: Belflower (5), Stegall (7)
 

PITCHING              ip  h  r  er  bb  so  bf
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HYANNIS
Bush (L, 0-1)        8.0  3  1   0   2   5  29
TOTALS               8.0  3  1   0   2   5  29
HARWICH
Belflower (W, 1-0)   7.0  2  0   0   0   2  26
Downes               1.0  0  0   0   1   1   4
Stegall (S, 1)       1.0  1  0   0   0   0   3
TOTALS               9.0  3  0   0   1   3  33

HBP: Belflower 2 (5-7)

Umpires: Crowley (P), Gibbs (B)

Time: 2:02 Weather: clear, wind 5 mph blowing out, 65 degrees

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Mets record win #1 over Cotuit, 10-3

story from 6/17/00; posted on 6/18/00 at 21:43 EDT

--HYANNIS--Under a sky filled with sun, dark clouds, and thunder, the Mets had their first win of the year over Cotuit by a score of 10-3.

Brian Stavisky provided the biggest offensive punch for the Mets, driving in half of the Mets' ten runs. In the third inning, he hit a bases-clearing double and scored on a hit by Jesse Carlton. More power was contributed by Steve Holm. He hit 3-for-4, scored three runs, and drove in a run.

The winning pitcher for Hyannis was Matt Coenen (Charleston Southern). Coenen (1-0) pitched four innings of relief for starter Greg Conden, struck out four, and walked only one.

Early on, the game appeared to be a contest to see who would shoot themselves in the foot first. Hyannis had three errors in the first three innings, but none of the errors ended up costing a run. Cotuit's catcher, Steve Ghutzman (Blinn JC), had four passed balls during his rough day behind the plate. However, only one of the runners on base during the passed balls came in to score.

The Mets continued to add to their lead late in the game. They had a three-run eighth inning off of two hits, two walks, and a Cotuit error.

McKeon Field saw its first home run of the season, even though it wasn't hit by a Met. Cotuit right fielder Matt Singer (Cincinnati) hit a 2-and-1 pitch just over the fence in right field, carried over the wall by a wind gust in the exact same direction.

Offense was potent for both teams, with a total of 22 hits between the two clubs. Despite the combined seven errors, eleven out of the thirteen total runs were earned.

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BOX SCORE FOR 6/17/2000

COTUIT----001 200 000--3
HYANNIS---204 100 03X--10

COTUIT            ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Hook cf            4  0  1   1   1   3   1
Leahy 2b           4  0  1   0   1   1   1
Wright lf          5  0  1   0   0   2   4
McPherson dh-p     4  0  2   0   0   1   3
Cofiero 1b         3  0  0   0   1   0   3
Ghutzman c         4  1  1   0   0   1   2
Osbom ss           4  0  1   0   0   0   2
Eure 3b            4  1  1   1   0   0   0
Singer rf          2  1  1   1   1   1   1
-Nathans rf        2  0  0   0   0   1   0

TOTALS            36  3  9   3   3  10  17

BATTING--2B: Wright (3) HR: Singer (4) GIDP: Cofiero (5) Team LOB: 9

BASERUNNING--SB: Hook (1) CS: Hook (4)

FIELDING--E: Wright 2 (1-4), Eure (5) DP: McPherson-Osbom-Cofiero (7)
 

HYANNIS            ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Scott cf            2  3  2   0   1   0   0
Holm 2b             5  3  3   1   0   1   1
Corr lf             4  1  2   0   0   1   1
-Miller lf          1  0  1   2   0   0   0
Stavisky rf         4  1  2   5   0   0   0
Kail dh             5  0  1   0   0   1   4
Carlton 1b          4  0  1   1   0   3   2
Athas ss            3  1  0   0   1   0   2
Harris 3b           4  0  0   0   0   1   1
Riley c             4  1  1   0   0   2   1

TOTALS             36 10 13   9   2   9  12

BATTING--2B: Stavisky (3) HP: Scott (6), Stavisky (7) SH: Scott (3) GIDP: Kail (7) Team LOB: 7

BASERUNNING--SB: Scott (4)

FIELDING--E: Riley (1), Carlton (2), Holm (3), Harris (9) DP: Coenen-Athas-Carlton (5) Outfield Assist: Stavisky (2)
 

PITCHING              ip  h  r  er  bb  so  bf
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COTUIT
Strellitz (L, 0-1)   4.0  9  7   6   0   2  21
Threets              3.0  2  0   0   0   4  12
McPherson            1.0  2  3   2   2   3   8
TOTALS               8.0 13 10   8   2  10  41
HYANNIS
Conden               4.0  6  3   3   1   4  19
Coenen (W, 1-0)      4.0  3  0   0   1   4  15
DeSalvo              1.0  0  0   0   1   2   5
TOTALS               9.0  9  3   3   3  10  39

WP: Conden (4), McPherson (8) PB: Ghutzman 4 (4-5-7-8) HBP: Threets 2 (6-7)

Umpires: Hansberry (P), Gibbs (B)

Time: 2:45 Weather: partly cloudy to dark clouds, wind 10 mph out, 75 degrees.

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Mets shut out by Bourne, 4-0

story from 6/18/00; posted on 6/18/00 at 23:05 EDT

--BOURNE--The Mets apparently used up all of their offense on Saturday and therefore were not able to manufacture runs on Sunday. They were shut out for the second time in four games, this time falling to Bourne at Coady Field by a score of 4-0.

The winning pitcher for Bourne, Khalid Ballouli (Texas A&M), improves to 2-0 with his eight-inning performance. He struck out five and allowed only four hits during his shutout. He was relieved by Nick Brannon (UNC-Asheville), who pitched the final inning to complete the shutout.

The Braves scored three of their four runs in the second inning. Darren Welch (Southern Mississippi) reached base with a walk to lead off the inning. He was moved over to second by a single from Steve Rowell (New Orleans). Welch scored and Rowell moved into scoring position off a hit from Ben Beck (Northeastern). They both then scored off a single from Mike Rodriguez (Miami).

Justin Taylor (0-2) had a decent outing despite getting the loss for Hyannis. He struck out three in seven innings and scattered six hits. Jake Alley (Southern Illinois) arrived in Hyannis earlier Sunday and was promptly place in the game for his first outing of the season. He allowed no runs and no hits in his one-inning appearance.

Despite scoring no runs in the game, the Mets had five hits, most notably a 6th inning double to the gap in left-center by Frank Corr. For the first time this season, no Mets hitters were hit with a pitch. (Also, no Mets pitchers hit any Braves batters.)

One positive note for Hyannis: only one error was committed in the field, the smallest number in all games this season.

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BOX SCORE FOR 6/18/2000

HYANNIS----000 000 000--0
BOURNE-----030 001 00X--4

HYANNIS             ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Scott cf             4  0  0   0   0   2   1
Holm ss              4  0  1   0   0   0   0
Corr 3b              3  0  1   0   1   0   0
Stavisky rf          4  0  1   0   0   0   0
Kail lf              3  0  0   0   0   1   2
-Miller lf           0  0  0   0   1   0   0
Athas 1b             3  0  1   0   1   1   2
Harris 2b            4  0  0   0   0   1   5
Korchin dh           3  0  0   0   0   0   0
Riley c              3  0  1   0   0   1   0

TOTALS              31  0  5   0   3   6  10

BATTING--2B: Corr (6) Team LOB: 7

BASERUNNING--CS: Riley (8) PO: Corr (3)

FIELDING--E: Athas (2)
 

BOURNE                ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Rodriguez cf           4  0  1   2   0   1   0
Youkillis 3b           4  0  1   0   0   1   1
Alleva 2b              4  0  1   0   0   1   0
Benick 1b              4  0  0   0   0   0   2
Welch c                1  2  0   0   3   0   0
Rowell lf              4  1  1   0   0   0   1
Krance rf              3  0  1   0   1   0   0
Beck dh                2  1  1   2   1   1   2
Kelly ss               3  0  0   0   0   0   1

TOTALS                29  4  6   4   5   4   7

BATTING--2B: Alleva (1) SF: Beck (6) Team LOB: 6

FIELDING--E: Benick (2)
 

PITCHING              ip  h  r  er  bb  so  bf
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HYANNIS
Taylor (L, 0-2)      7.0  6  4   3   3   3  30
Alley                1.0  0  0   0   2   1   5
TOTALS               8.0  6  4   3   5   4  35
BOURNE
Ballouli (W, 2-0)    8.0  4  0   0   2   5  29
Brannon              1.0  1  0   0   1   1   5
TOTALS               9.0  5  0   0   3   6  34

WP: Taylor (5) PB: Welch (3)

Umpires: Gibbs (P), Fredricks (B)

Time: 2:09 Weather: Cloudy, winds calm, 75 degrees

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Gatemen make the Mets drive a long way

story from 6/20/00; posted on 6/22/00 at 12:45 EDT

--WAREHAM--The Gatemen got their hits in early and held off the repeated attacks of the Mets to win Tuesday evening at Spillane Field by a score of 5-1. The Gatemen improve their record to a league-leading 6-1 with the win.

Wareham picked up the three runs they needed to win in the first inning. Nick Swisher (Ohio State) started the rally with a double to left. He was hit in by a Greg Porter single. Porter and Tyler Parker (Georgia Tech) scored on a double by Mike Prochaska.

Beau Hintz (Fresno State) moved to 1-1 with the win. He pitched seven innings, allowing the game's only run. He did allow eight hits, but he struck out four in the effort.

Hyannis managed to get nine hits in the game, but did not manage to bring those potential runs in. Ten runners were left on base. In addition, the only run (scored by Ken Riley) came when Brian Stavisky was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded. Riley also reached base because he was hit with a pitch.

Dan Core (0-2) remains winless in his two starts. He allowed all of Wareham's runs in his six innings despite striking out eight and walking only two. The Gatemen timed their hits well; both of the runners walked by Core ended up scoring.

Hyannis outhit Wareham 9-7. The main contributers to this total were Stavisky (two hits), Brendan Harris (double), and Frank Corr (two hits).

A positive note for Hyannis was its defense; the Mets had an errorless game for the first time this year. Riley had an exceptional game behind the plate, throwing out four of six potential basestealers.

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BOX SCORE FOR 6/20/2000

HYANNIS----001 000 000--1
WAREHAM----310 001 00X--5

HYANNIS             ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Scott cf             5  0  0   0   0   0   2
Holm 2b              3  0  1   0   2   1   2
Corr dh              5  0  2   0   0   0   2
-Kantrovitz pr       0  0  0   0   0   0   0
Stavisky rf          4  0  2   1   0   1   2
Carlton 1b           3  0  0   0   0   1   3
-Korchin 1b          2  0  0   0   0   1   1
Athas ss             4  0  1   0   0   2   5
Miller lf            4  0  1   0   0   0   1
Harris 3b            4  0  1   0   0   0   1
Riley c              3  1  1   0   0   0   2

TOTALS              37  1  9   1   2   6  21

BATTING--2B: Harris (6) HP: Riley (2), Stavisky (2) Team LOB: 10
 

WAREHAM               ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Lambert ss             3  0  0   3   1   1   1
Swisher cf             4  1  2   0   0   0   1
Howard 3b              4  0  1   0   0   1   1
Porter dh              2  2  1   1   2   1   0
Parker c               3  1  1   0   0   2   1
Prochaska 1b-lf        3  0  2   0   0   1   0
Stone lf               1  0  0   0   0   1   1
-Bayer 1b              2  0  0   0   0   2   0
McCarthy rf            1  1  0   0   2   0   0
Mager 2b               3  0  0   0   0   2   2

TOTALS                26  5  7   4   5  11   7

BATTING--2B: Swisher (1), Prochaska (1) SH: Parker (6) Team LOB: 3

BASERUNNING--SB: McCarthy 2 (2-7) CS: Howard (5), Prochaska (6), McCarthy (7), Porter (8)

FIELDING--E: Mager (2), Lambert (5)
 

PITCHING              ip  h  r  er  bb  so  bf
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HYANNIS
Core (L, 0-2)        6.0  7  5   5   2   8  25
Coenen               2.0  0  0   0   3   3   7
TOTALS               8.0  7  5   5   5  11  32
WAREHAM
Hintz (W, 1-1)       7.0  8  1   1   2   4  34
Gonzalez             2.0  1  0   0   0   2   7
TOTALS               9.0  9  1   1   2   6  41

WP: Core (1) PB: Riley 2 (2) HBP: Hintz 2 (3)

Time: 2:28 Weather: partly cloudy, winds calm, 70 degrees

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Commodores outlast Mets, 12-4

story from 6/21/00; posted on 6/22/00 at 15:01 EDT

--HYANNIS--The longest day of the year played host to the longest game of the year for the Hyannis Mets, who were beaten at McKeon Field in a game that lasted nearly three hours.

Falmouth's offense exploded with 15 hits, 12 runs (all earned), and 7 extra-base hits. As much damage as they did to the Mets' team ERA, it could have been much worse. After scoring so many runs, they could afford to leave 12 additional runners on base. Keeping with the theme of dozens, the Commodore hitters also struck out 12 times.

Their offensive stars were third baseman Luke Scott (Oklahoma State), left fielder Doc Brooks (Georgia), and catcher Philip Ghutzman (Rice). Scott had a big double in the sixth and a towering two-run homer to right in the following inning. Brooks had two doubles, a solo homer that hooked around the left-field foul pole, and three runs. Ghutzman had two doubles and three RBI.

The Mets once again failed to bring their runs home after putting people on base. They had 12 hits themselves, but reached the magic number with 12 strikeouts. Brian Stavisky had a successful night with three hits, and Ryan Barthelemy (Florida State) had a single and a double in his debut with the Mets.

Frank Corr had two RBI and two hits, raising his team-leading batting average to .333. His first hit in the first inning was a solo home run to left-center field, Hyannis' first home run of the season. He picked up his second RBI in the ninth on a double, scoring Steve Holm.

The pitching for both sides was very unremarkable. Justin Maureau (Wichita State) was the winning pitcher for Falmouth. Maureau (1-1) struck out seven and scattered six hits in six innings. Hyannis' Jason Bush (0-2) got the loss after being shelled in 3 1/3 innings of work. He allowed five runs and six hits, including a stretch of seven consecutive batters reaching base safely.

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BOX SCORE FOR 6/21/2000

FALMOUTH--000 522 201--12
HYANNIS---120 000 001--4

FALMOUTH            ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Mattle rf            3  0  0   1   3   0   0
Brown ss             6  1  2   2   0   1   3
Jurries 2b           6  0  1   1   0   2   5
Scott 3b             5  2  2   2   0   2   4
Brooks lf            4  3  3   2   1   1   0
Sepulveda cf         3  1  1   0   0   2   3
-Marchese cf         3  0  0   0   0   2   4
Ghutzman c           4  2  3   3   1   1   0
Serafini 1b          4  1  0   0   1   1   4
Heal dh              5  2  3   1   0   0   4

TOTALS              43 12 15  12   6  12  27

BATTING--2B: Brooks 2 (2-6), Ghutzman 2 (4-5), Scott (6), Jurries (9) HR: Brooks (4), Scott (7) HP: Scott (2), Brooks (5) Team LOB: 12

BASERUNNING--SB: Brown 2 (4-7), Mattle (7) CS: Mattle (7)

FIELDING--E: Scott (2), Serafini (2)
 

HYANNIS             ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Scott cf             5  0  1   0   0   0   1
Holm 2b              4  1  1   0   1   2   1
Corr 3b-lf           5  1  2   2   0   0   1
-Kantrovitz pr       0  0  0   0   0   0   0
Barthelemy 1b        5  0  2   0   0   1   0
Kail dh              4  1  1   0   1   3   3
Stavisky rf          4  1  3   0   0   0   0
Miller lf            3  0  1   0   0   2   2
-Harris 3b           1  0  1   0   0   0   0
Athas ss             4  0  0   0   0   3   5
Riley c              4  0  0   0   0   1   1

TOTALS              39  4 12   2   2  12  14

BATTING--2B: Stavisky (2), Barthelemy (3), Corr (9) HR: Corr (1) Team LOB: 9

BASERUNNING--SB: Miller (2)

FIELDING--E: Conden (5), Athas 2 (5-7)
 

PITCHING              ip  h  r  er  bb  so  bf
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FALMOUTH
Maureau (W, 2-0)     6.0  6  3   2   2   7  26
Slining              3.0  6  1   1   0   5  15
TOTALS               9.0 12  4   3   2  12  41
HYANNIS
Bush (L, 0-2)        3.1  6  5   5   3   4  20
Knapic               1.0  2  2   2   1   3   8
Conden*              3.2  6  4   4   1   5  18
Walsh                1.0  1  1   1   1   0   5
TOTALS               9.0 15 12  12   6  12  51
*Conden pitched to 2 batters in the 9th.

WP: Maureau (5) PB: Riley (6) HBP: Bush (2), Knapic (5)

Umpires: Nielsen (P), Hansberry (B)

Time: 2:59 Weather: clear, wind 10-15 mph blowing out, 72 degrees

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Orleans shuts down Hyannis offense

story from 6/22/00; posted on 6/22/00 at 23:08 EDT

--HYANNIS--The Mets were shut out for the third time this season, this time at the hands of the Orleans Cardinals. The final score from McKeon Field was 5-0.

Orleans pitchers Steve Kelly (Georgia Tech) and Brad Pinkerton (Elon) combined in the six-hit effort. Kelly (1-1) started for the Cardinals and picked up the win. He pitched eight innings, striking out four. Pinkerton pitched a perfect ninth inning to clinch the win.

John Birtwell (0-2) took the loss for the Mets. He pitched for seven innings, allowed ten hits but only three runs, and struck out five.

The offense of the Cardinals was led by returning prospect Lance Niekro (Florida Southern). Niekro went 4-for-5 with a run scored and an RBI. In one day, he raised his average from .188 to .333.

Hyannis had two extra base hits during the game. Greg Miller had a triple to center field in the third inning, and Brian Stavisky had a double to right in the seventh. Both runners were stranded at third base.

Orleans had three other players with two hits: Lee Delfino (East Carolina), Bryan Prince (Georgia Tech), and Ken Huff (Arizona). Delfino and Huff both had doubles.

Defense was exceptional for everyone, with only two errors between the two teams. Hyannis turned two double plays, and Orleans turned one.

Hyannis again couldn't put their runs on the board. There were nine runners left on base, a double play, and two fielder's choices.

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BOX SCORE FOR 6/22/2000

ORLEANS--000 110 120--5
HYANNIS--000 000 000--0

ORLEANS            ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Harris cf           5  0  1   0   0   2   3
Delfino ss          5  0  2   1   0   1   0
Niekro 3b           5  1  4   1   0   0   1
Prince dh           4  1  2   0   0   0   1
Tracy 1b            3  1  1   0   0   1   1
Basil rf            3  0  0   0   1   0   3
Huff lf             4  0  2   2   0   0   1
McCullough c        2  1  0   1   1   1   3
Woods 2b            3  1  1   0   0   1   1

TOTALS             34  5 13   5   2   6  14

BATTING--2B: Delfino (1), Huff (8) HP: Prince (8), Woods (8) SF: McCullough (8) SH: Tracy (4) GIDP: McCullough (4), Prince (9) Team LOB: 8

BASERUNNING--SB: Woods (5), Delfino (7) CS: Niekro (5), Harris (7)

FIELDING--E: Delfino (8) DP: Delfino-Woods-Tracy (4)
 

HYANNIS               ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Scott cf               4  0  0   0   0   0   2
Miller 3b              3  0  1   0   1   1   2
Corr lf                4  0  2   0   0   0   1
Barthelemy 1b          4  0  0   0   0   0   3
Kail dh                3  0  1   0   1   1   2
Stavisky rf            4  0  1   0   0   1   3
Holm 2b                4  0  0   0   0   0   1
Athas ss               4  0  1   0   0   0   0
Riley c                3  0  0   0   0   1   1
-Kantrovitz ph         1  0  0   0   0   0   0

TOTALS                34  0  6   0   2   4  15

BATTING--2B: Stavisky (7) 3B: Miller (3) GIDP: Stavisky (4) Team LOB: 9

FIELDING--E: Barthelemy (2) DP: Holm-Athas-Barthelemy (4), Desalvo-Athas-Barthelemy (9)
 

PITCHING              ip  h  r  er  bb  so  bf
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ORLEANS
Kelly (W, 1-1)       8.0  6  0   0   2   4  33
Pinkerton            1.0  0  0   0   0   0   3
TOTALS               9.0  6  0   0   2   4  36
HYANNIS
Birtwell (L, 0-2)    7.0 10  3   3   2   5  30
Alley                0.1  2  2   2   0   1   4
Desalvo              1.2  1  0   0   0   0   6
TOTALS               9.0 13  5   5   2   6  40

HBP: Alley (8), Desalvo (8)

Umpires: McNally (P), Crowley (B)

Time: 2:19 Weather: partly cloudy, 5 mph wind blowing left to right, 70 degrees

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New arrival leads Mets past Brewster

story from 6/23/00; posted on 6/24/00 at 13:51 EDT

--HYANNIS--Arriving from the University of Tampa, Mets catcher Mike Rabelo felt right at home at McKeon Field on Friday, launching a home run in his first at-bat and reaching base safely in the following two at-bats to help Hyannis win over the Whitecaps, 7-2.

Rabelo was 2-for-4 in his first day as a Met with a home run to left field and a single to right-center. He also reached base and scored in the sixth inning off a three-base throwing error by Brewster third baseman Murph Norris (Cal State Fullerton). Behind the plate, he threw out the only potential basestealer of the day.

Matt Coenen (2-0) was the Mets' winning pitcher, and now has both of the Mets' two wins. He pitched seven strong innings, allowing two runs on six hits with five strikeouts. Greg Conden and Daryl DeSalvo (Radford) each pitched one scoreless inning of relief.

Ryan Gloger (Stanford) was credited with the Brewster loss in his first decision of the year. Gloger (0-1) gave up all the damage that Hyannis caused, including seven runs (only one of which was earned) and eleven hits. In his first outing of the year, Dan Rich (Stanford) pitched two perfect innings with four strikeouts in relief of Gloger.

Brian Stavisky had another great day at the plate with a double and two RBI for Hyannis. In helping to complete a strange double play in the seventh inning, Stavisky added to his team-leading three outfield assists.

Mike Scott, taken out of the leadoff spot after struggling initially, demonstrated his leadoff abilities by reaching base twice on exceptional bunt singles.

Brewster's leading hitters were left fielder Paul O'Toole (Notre Dame) and first baseman Josh Persell (Southern Cal). O'Toole had a single, a double, and an RBI, while Persell reached base three times and scored a run. Persell also masterminded a "hidden ball trick" play in the fifth inning.

The Mets' defense has matured nicely since the beginning of the season; they had no errors in the game and only one error in the last two games.

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BOX SCORE FOR 6/23/2000

BREWSTER---010 001 000--2
HYANNIS----310 003 00X--7

BREWSTER            ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Stanley cf           3  1  1   0   1   0   0
LaBarbara ss         3  0  1   0   1   0   0
O'Toole lf           4  0  2   1   0   0   1
Pratt c              4  0  1   0   0   1   2
Norris 3b            4  0  0   0   0   3   1
Persell 1b           3  1  2   0   1   0   0
Creighton 2b         4  0  0   0   0   0   1
Headley dh           3  0  1   1   0   0   0
Hoyt rf              3  0  0   0   0   1   1

TOTALS              31  2  8   2   3   5   6

BATTING--2B: O'Toole (1), LaBarbara (6), Persell (7) GIDP: O'Toole (8) Team LOB: 5

BASERUNNING--CS: O'Toole (3), Pratt (4)

FIELDING--E: LaBarbara (1), Gloger (1), Norris (6)
 

HYANNIS             ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Athas ss             4  0  1   0   0   0   1
Miller lf            3  1  1   1   0   1   3
Corr dh              4  1  1   0   0   2   4
Stavisky rf          4  1  2   2   0   0   0
Holm 2b              4  0  0   0   0   1   0
Barthelemy 1b        4  0  0   0   0   2   2
Harris 3b            4  1  2   1   0   1   0
Scott cf             4  1  2   0   0   2   0
Rabelo c             4  2  2   1   0   1   0

TOTALS              35  7 11   5   0  10  10

BATTING--2B: Stavisky (1) HR: Rabelo (2) SF: Miller (6) Team LOB: 5

FIELDING--DP: Holm-Stavisky-Harris (7), Holm-Barthelemy (8) Outfield Assist: Stavisky (7)
 

PITCHING              ip  h  r  er  bb  so  bf
----------------------------------------------
BREWSTER
Gloger (L, 0-1)      6.0 11  7   1   0   6  30
Rich                 2.0  0  0   0   0   4   6
TOTALS               8.0 11  7   1   0  10  36
HYANNIS
Coenen (W, 2-0)      7.0  6  2   2   2   5  26
Conden               1.0  1  0   0   1   0   4
DeSalvo              1.0  1  0   0   0   0   4
TOTALS               9.0  8  2   2   3   5  34

Umpires: McGarry (P), Nielsen (B)

Time: 2:23 Weather: partly cloudy, wind calm, 80 degrees.

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Mets win second straight behind Harris slam

story from 6/24/00; posted on 6/24/00 at 23:34 EDT

--YARMOUTH--The Mets pulled out their second victory in as many days with a win over the Y-D Red Sox by a score of 6-3. They were powered by a complete-game effort by Justin Taylor and a grand slam from third baseman Brendan Harris.

Taylor (1-2) threw 122 pitches in his outing, and had a two-hit shutout after eight innings. After a turbulent ninth, he finished the game with a respectable three earned runs, six hits, one walk, and eight strikeouts.

Harris' grand slam came in the second inning, and was already his second hit of the game. The three runners were Mike Scott, Mike Rabelo, and Jamie Athas; they reached base on a walk, a hit-by-pitch, and a walk, respectively.

Hyannis had eleven hits in the game, the same total as they had hit the previous night. All nine hitters in the Mets lineup had at least one hit, a first for Hyannis this year. In addition, the Mets committed no errors in the field for the second consecutive game.

The only other hitter to have two hits in the game for the Mets was first baseman Ryan Barthelemy. He hit two doubles to right (one of which hopped the wall for a ground-rule double) and scored a run in the ninth inning. Barthelemy was hit in by Steve Holm. Jon Henry Kail had an RBI in the first inning when he singled to right, bringing in Athas.

Brad Comer (2-1) had his first loss of the season for the Red Sox in his second outing against Hyannis. He did not fare as well this time around, allowing seven hits and five earned runs in six innings. He struck out six but walked five and threw four wild pitches. Comer was relieved by J.T. Stotts (Cal State Northridge), who threw for two innings. Then, in a bizzare series of complicated defensive changes, the ninth inning was pitched by left fielder John Baker (Cal/Berkley) and center fielder Cory Sullivan.

Y-D's only runs came in the ninth inning. The rally started with three consecutive singles by Joey Monahan (Liberty), Shaun Larkin (Texas Tech), and Danny Lopaze (Virginia Commonwealth). Monahan scored on the Lopaze single, Lopaze scored on a sacrifice fly from Tony Garcia (Pepperdine), and Lopaze came in on a hit by Stotts. Taylor managed to record the third out by striking out Scott McLanahan (Alabama) with the tying run on deck.

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BOX SCORE FOR 6/24/2000

HYANNIS----------140 000 001--6
YARMOUTH-DENNIS--000 000 003--3

HYANNIS             ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Athas ss             2  2  1   0   3   0   1
Harris 3b            5  1  2   4   0   2   4
Kail lf              5  0  1   1   0   0   0
Barthelemy 1b        5  1  2   0   0   1   1
Holm 2b              3  0  1   1   2   0   0
Stavisky rf          5  0  1   0   0   1   5
Carson dh            5  0  1   0   0   2   4
Scott cf             4  1  1   0   1   0   2
Rabelo c             2  1  1   0   0   0   0

TOTALS              36  6 11   6   6   6  16

BATTING--2B: Barthelemy 2 (2-9), Rabelo (5), Scott (8) HR: Harris (2) HP: Rabelo (2) SH: Rabelo (8) GIDP: Harris (8) Team LOB: 11
 

YARMOUTH-DENNIS     ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Sullivan cf-p        4  0  1   0   0   0   0
Monahan ss           3  1  1   0   1   1   0
Larkin 2b-lf-rf      4  1  1   0   0   0   1
Lopaze 1b            4  1  1   1   0   0   1
Baker lf-p-lf        4  0  1   0   0   1   0
Garcia 3b            3  0  0   1   0   1   1
Wong dh              3  0  0   0   0   2   1
-Stotts p-2b         1  0  1   1   0   0   0
--Nelson pr          0  0  0   0   0   0   0
McLanahan rf-cf      4  0  0   0   0   1   1
Meihls c             3  0  0   0   0   2   0

TOTALS              33  3  6   3   1   6   5

BATTING--SF: Gracia (9) Team LOB: 4

FIELDING--DP: Monahan-Larkin-Lopaze (8)
 

PITCHING              ip  h  r  er  bb  so  bf
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HYANNIS
Taylor (W, 1-2)      9.0  6  3   3   1   8  35
TOTALS               9.0  6  3   3   1   8  35
YARMOUTH-DENNIS
Comer (L, 2-1)       6.0  7  5   5   5   6  31
Stotts               2.0  1  0   0   1   0   7
Baker                0.1  2  1   1   0   0   3
Sullivan             0.2  1  0   0   0   0   3
TOTALS               9.0 11  6   6   6   6  44

WP: Taylor (1), Comer 4 (1-2-2-3) HBP: Comer (2) BK: Taylor (9)

Umpires:  Larson (P), Ellstrom (B)

Time: 2:07 Weather: partly cloudy, wind 5-10 mph out to left, 75 degrees

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Hyannis rally falls just short

story from 6/25/00; posted on 6/25/00 at 23:48 EDT

--HYANNIS--Faced with a ten-run deficit in the fifth inning of Sunday's game, the Mets seemed to be done for the day. Everyone apparently thought so except for the Mets themselves, who mounted a comeback that ended just one run short of Bourne's early output. The final score from McKeon Field was 10-9 in favor of the Braves.

Bourne took care of all their offense in the first four innings. The first two runs came off a towering home run by Max Krance (Princeton). Krance had two hits in the following two innings and ended up with two runs scored and 5 RBI. Bourne's fourth inning saw twelve batters, seven runs, five hits, a double, four walks, and two Hyannis pitchers.

Other big hitters for Bourne included J.D. Alleva (Duke) and Kevin Youkilis (Cincinnati). Alleva went 4-for-5 with two runs scored and a double, while Youkilis had two hits and two RBI.

The Mets were shut out for the first four innings. They got their first two runs in the fifth inning, when Jamie Athas tripled home Brendan Harris and Greg Miller. Athas had another RBI later in the game, while Harris and Miller scored runs later in the huge seventh inning.

The seventh inning for Hyannis rivaled the Braves' fourth inning: twelve batters, seven runs, four hits, a double, two walks, two hit batsmen, and two Bourne pitchers. Harris, Dan Kantrovitz (Brown), and Mike Rabelo accounted for the first three innings. The damage could have stopped there if not for a two-out passed ball on a strikeout by Mike Scott. Scott reached base and ended up scoring, as did Jon Henry Kail, Brian Stavisky, and Matt Carson (Brigham Young).

Neither of the starting pitchers were successful in their outings. The Braves' winning pitcher, Justin Pope (Central Florida), had a shutout for 4 1/3 innings, but was pulled after 6 2/3 in the middle of the turbulent seventh. Pope (1-1) allowed seven earned runs and eight hits, but did manage to strike out ten batters. Dan Core (0-3) lost the game for Hyannis after being shelled in 3 2/3 innings. He gave up eleven hits and eight earned runs.

Most of the relievers managed to do better in their outings. Hyannis' Greg Conden allowed only one unearned run in 3 1/3 innings, and Jake Alley struck out three in two scoreless innings. Bourne's Billy Biggs (West Virginia) and Josh Brey (Liberty) combined to shut out the Mets in the final 2 1/3 innings.

Stats of note...the Mets committed one error in Sunday's game and have committed only two in the past four games...Brian Stavisky was 1-for-4 Sunday, extending his hitting streak to eight games...Hyannis has scored 22 runs in the past three games, one more than they had scored in all other games combined this season.

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BOX SCORE FOR 6/25/2000

BOURNE---021 700 000--10
HYANNIS--000 020 700--9

BOURNE            ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Riley ss           2  1  0   0   1   0   1
-Kelly ss          2  0  0   0   0   0   2
Alleva 2b          5  2  4   0   0   0   0
Youkilis 3b-1b     4  1  2   2   0   1   1
Benick 1b          2  1  0   0   1   0   2
-Futrell rf        2  0  0   0   0   0   0
Welch c            3  1  1   0   0   2   5
-Serafini c        2  0  0   0   0   2   1
Krance dh          5  2  3   5   0   1   0
Rowell rf-3b       4  1  1   0   1   0   2
Edge cf            5  0  1   1   0   3   1
Rodriguez lf       3  1  1   0   1   1   1

TOTALS            39 10 13   8   4  10  16

BATTING--2B: Youkilis (4), Alleva (8) HR: Krance (2) HP: Youkilis (1) IBB: Benick (4) GIDP: Benick (1) Team LOB: 7

BASERUNNING--SB: Rodriguez (4)

FIELDING--E: Edge (2) DP: Brey-Kelly-Youkilis (9)
 

HYANNIS          ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Athas ss          5  0  1   3   0   1   0
Scott cf          5  1  1   0   0   1   1
Kail lf           4  1  1   0   1   2   0
-Holm pr          0  0  0   0   0   0   0
Stavisky 1b       4  1  1   0   1   0   1
Carson rf         4  1  0   1   0   4   2
Riley c           3  0  0   1   0   1   0
Harris 2b-3b      4  2  3   2   0   1   1
Miller 3b         2  1  1   0   0   0   0
-Kantrovitz 2b    2  1  1   0   0   0   2
Rabelo dh         4  1  1   1   0   1   2

TOTALS           37  9 10   8   2  11   9

BATTING--2B: Rabelo (7) 3B: Athas (5) HP: Carson (7), Riley (7) GIDP: Stavisky (9) Team LOB: 5

FIELDING--E: Miller (4) DP: Harris-Athas-Stavisky (1)
 

PITCHING              ip  h  r  er  bb  so  bf
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BOURNE
Pope (W, 1-1)        6.2  8  7   7   1  10  30
Pina*                0.0  0  2   2   1   0   3
Biggs                1.1  1  0   0   0   0   5
Brey                 1.0  1  0   0   0   1   3
TOTALS               9.0 10  9   9   2  11  41
HYANNIS
Core (L, 0-3)        3.2 11  9   8   2   5  24
Conden               3.1  1  1   0   2   2  13
Alley                2.0  1  0   0   0   3   7
TOTALS               9.0 13 10   8   4  10  44

*Pina pitched to three batters in the 7th and did not record an out.

PB: Riley (4), Serafini (7) HBP: Core (1), Pina 2 (7-7) IBB: Core (4)

Umpires: Kattan (P), McGarry (B)

Time: 2:45 Weather: partly cloudy, wind 5 mph blowing out, 75 degrees

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Mets win before disappearing in the Chatham fog

story from 6/26/00; posted on 6/27/00 at 00:30 EDT

--CHATHAM--The Hyannis Mets were treated to a typical night at Veterans Field, with a low-scoring game and thick fog that ended the game abruptly in the sixth inning. Before the rapidly decreasing visibility eliminated the outfielders from the view of the spectators, the Mets tacked on three runs to beat the Chatham A's, 3-0.

Jeff Bruksch (1-0) pitched an outstanding game for the Mets in the winning effort. He pitched five shutout innings, allowing only one hit, and striking out seven, including the fourth inning when he K'd all three batters swinging. Bruksch, a successful closer at Stanford, transitioned nicely into the starter's role with a no-hitter through his first four innings.

Greg Miller led off the game for Hyannis with a ground-rule double down the left field line. He moved to third on a wild pitch by Rich Hill (Michigan), and scored on another wild pitch to the following hitter. Miller also had an RBI on another double in the fifth inning.

The Mets other two runs were scored in the fifth by Matt Carson (Brigham Young) and Steve Holm. Carson started the inning off with a double to left, and moved to third on Holm's bunt single (one of two bunt singles for Holm on the day). Carson came in on Miller's double, and Holm scored on a bases-loaded walk to Brendan Harris.

The fog thickened to an unbearable level in the top of the sixth inning. Wth the game having been official for a matter of minutes, Jamie Athas started the inning with a walk. Carson followed with a fly ball to center field that would have been caught if not for the conditions. It fell to the ground about fifteen feet in front of the center fielder, by which time Carson was already on second with a "fog-rule" double. The umpires called the players off the field immediately after that play, and called the game a half hour later.

Hill was the losing pitcher for the A's. He went five innings, allowing two earned runs and six hits while striking out six. The only hit for Chatham was contributed in the fifth inning by second baseman Andrew Salvo (Delaware). Salvo also reached base on a walk in the second inning.

Stats of note...Monday's game was the first game shortened due to weather all season. The Mets have not yet had a game postponed...Brian Stavisky's eight-game hitting streak was snapped, presumably because he only had three plate appearances in the game...On average, the Mets have allowed two runs per game in their four wins and over six runs per game in their nine losses.

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BOX SCORE FOR 6/26/2000

HYANNIS---100 020--3
CHATHAM---000 00X--0

HYANNIS            ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Miller lf           3  1  2   1   0   0   0
Scott cf            2  0  0   0   1   1   2
Kail dh             2  0  0   0   1   1   2
Stavisky 1b         3  0  0   0   0   2   3
Harris 3b           2  0  1   1   1   1   1
Rabelo c            3  0  0   0   0   1   4
Athas ss            1  0  0   0   2   0   1
Carson rf           3  1  2   0   0   0   0
Holm 2b             2  1  2   0   0   0   0

TOTALS             21  3  7   2   5   6  13

BATTING--2B: Miller 2 (1-5), Harris (4), Carson 2 (5-6) IBB: Kail (5) GIDP: Carson (2) Team LOB: 6

FIELDING--E: Stavisky (3)
 

CHATHAM            ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Meyer ss            3  0  0   0   0   1   1
Cox rf              2  0  0   0   0   1   0
Linden dh           2  0  0   0   0   0   0
Kubachka 1b         2  0  0   0   0   1   0
Nonemaker cf        1  0  0   0   1   1   0
Lugo 3b             1  0  0   0   1   1   0
Salvo 2b            1  0  1   0   1   0   0
McBeth lf           2  0  0   0   0   1   3
Picard c            2  0  0   0   0   1   4

TOTALS             16  0  1   0   3   7   8

BATTING--Team LOB: 4

BASERUNNING--SB: Meyer (3)

FIELDING--DP: Lugo-Salvo-Kubachka (2)
 

PITCHING              ip  h  r  er  bb  so  bf
----------------------------------------------
HYANNIS
Bruksch (W, 1-0)     5.0  1  0   0   3   7  19
TOTALS               5.0  1  0   0   3   7  19
CHATHAM
Hill (L, 1-2)        5.0  6  3   2   4   6  24
Montrenes*           0.0  1  0   0   1   0   2
TOTALS               5.0  7  3   2   5   6  26

*Montrenes pitched to two batters in the 6th and did not record an out.

WP: Hill 2 (1-1) IBB: Hill (5)

Time: 1:45  Delay: fog, 30 minutes, 9:04 to 9:34, game called. Weather: thick fog, wind 10 mph blowing left to right, 65 degrees.

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Gatemen steal win from Mets

story from 6/28/00; posted on 6/29/00 at 00:45 EDT

--WAREHAM--The Hyannis Mets were unable to hold on to their four-run lead in the fifth inning, falling to the Gatemen on Wednesday at Spillane Field, 5-4.  Wareham tacked on five runs in the fifth and six innings on costly fielding and pitching mistakes, and maintained their lead by allowing no hits in the final four innings.

Wareham's Pat Pinkman (Virginia Tech) earned the win for the Gatemen.  Despite allowing his first three earned runs in four outings, Pinkman (3-0) pitched 7 1/3 innings with three strikeouts and four walks.  He also gave up an unearned run that came about when he sent a pickoff throw well to the right of the first baseman.  Lance Cormier (Alabama) pitched 1 2/3 perfect innings for his first save of the season in six relief appearances.

The Gatemen received no hits and no RBI from any of their top five hitters in the lineup.  Their offensive leaders were DH Ryan Theriot (Louisiana State) and left fielder Brian Barre (Southern Cal).  The number six and number seven hitters each had two hits and two runs scored in consecutive innings.  Third baseman Kevin Howard (Miami FL) also had two hits and an RBI.

The Mets' offense struck early, with Mike Scott leading off the game with a single that was misplayed by the left fielder, moving Scott to second.  He scored on a single by Matt Carson.  Carson added a run in the fourth inning, scoring on a sacrifice fly by Jon Henry Kail.  Carson moved to third on Pinkman's botched pickoff play.

Justin Loop (Eckerd) made his debut for the Mets at shortstop.  He had a base hit to lead off the fifth inning, and moved to third on a double by Steve Holm.  Loop scored on a hit by Brendan Harris, and Holm came in on a ground out by Mike Rabelo.

Matt Coenen had the no-decision for Hyannis after starting the game and pitching four innings.  He struck out five, allowed two earned runs, and gave up three hits.  John Birtwell took the mound for Hyannis in the fifth inning, and was on the mound when the go-ahead run came in for Wareham.  He was hit with the loss, dropping his record to 0-3.  Daryl DeSalvo pitched a perfect eighth inning for Hyannis.

Stats of note...Wareham is the only team the Mets have played three times so far this season; they are 0-3 against Wareham, losing by margins of eight, four, and one runs, respectively...No hitter in the Mets' lineup on Wednesday had more than one hit in the game...Two of the batters who went hitless in the game (Greg Miller and Brian Stavisky) had the two highest batting averages on the team heading into the game.

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BOX SCORE FOR 6/28/2000

HYANNIS---100 120 000--4
WAREHAM---000 023 00X--5

HYANNIS            ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Scott cf-lf         2  1  1   0   2   0   0
Harris 3b           4  0  1   1   0   1   1
Rabelo dh           3  0  0   1   0   0   1
Carson rf           2  1  1   1   1   1   2
-Athas 1b           1  0  0   0   0   0   0
Kail lf             1  0  0   1   1   0   1
-Miller pr-cf       1  0  0   0   0   1   1
Stavisky 1b-rf      4  0  0   0   0   0   1
Loop ss             4  1  1   0   0   1   0
Holm 2b             4  1  1   0   0   1   0
Riley c             4  0  1   0   0   0   2

TOTALS             30  4  6   4   4   5   9

BATTING--2B: Holm (5) HP: Rabelo (8) SF: Kail (4) GIDP: Stavisky (6) Team LOB: 4

BASERUNNING--SB: Athas (8) PO: Riley (3)

FIELDING--E: Coenen (5), Scott (6) DP: Stavisky-U (5)
 

WAREHAM            ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Lambert ss          3  0  0   0   2   1   0
Fontenot 2b         2  0  0   0   2   1   2
Parker 1b           3  0  0   0   1   1   5
Swisher 3b          4  0  0   0   0   2   1
McCarthy rf         2  1  0   0   2   1   1
Theriot dh          2  2  2   0   1   0   0
Barre lf            4  2  2   1   0   1   2
Howard 3b           4  0  2   1   0   0   0
Concepcion c        4  0  1   1   0   1   1

TOTALS             28  5  7   3   8   8  12

BATTING--SH: Theriot (7) Team LOB: 8

BASERUNNING--SB: Howard (6) CS: Fontenot (4)

FIELDING--E: Pinkman (4) DP: Fontenot-Lambert-Parker (6)
 

PITCHING              ip  h  r  er  bb  so  bf
----------------------------------------------
HYANNIS
Coenen*              4.0  3  2   2   3   5  18
Birtwell (L, 0-3)    3.0  3  3   3   5   3  16
DeSalvo              1.0  0  0   0   0   0   3
TOTALS               8.0  6  5   5   8   8  37
WAREHAM
Pinkman (W, 3-0)     7.1  6  4   3   4   3  31
Cormier (S, 1)       1.2  0  0   0   0   2   5
TOTALS               9.0  6  4   3   4   5  36

*Coenen pitched to 4 batters in the 5th.

PB: Riley 2 (2-5) HBP: Pinkman (8)

Umpires: Gibbs (P), Katani (B)

Time: 2:25 Weather: partly cloudy, wind calm, 70 degrees.

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Mets hold off the Y-D attack to win

story from 6/29/00; posted on 6/30/00 at 10:16 EDT

--HYANNIS--The Mets moved to 2-1against the Y-D Red Sox Thursday afternoon in an exciting pitcher's duel, winning by a score of 1-0.  Great pitching was what produced that score, but better defense ended up being what maintained it.

Three pitchers combined on the nine-hit shutout of Y-D.  Tim Cunningham (Stanford) made his first appearance for the Mets, getting the start and the win.  Cunningham (1-0) pitched six innings, scattered seven hits, struck out five, and walked three.  He was relieved by Jake Alley (who allowed one hit in one inning) and then by Daryl DeSalvo (who struck out two in two innings for the save).

The defense was the most vital part of Hyannis' win.  The tying run for Y-D was stranded in scoring position seven times.  The Mets ended the first two innings with double plays, and ended the third inning with a pickoff.  In the seventh inning, Y-D's Ulises Cabrera (Vanderbilt) led off with a double and moved to third on a sacrifice bunt by Chris Rosado.  The next play was a dribbler to then-pitcher Alley, who charged it, picked it up with his glove, and flipped it to home where catcher Mike Rabelo held on in a violent collision for the out.

As the trend has been, the Mets put their runs up on the board early and hoped for the best.  The lone run was scored by Rabelo in the first inning.  Rabelo reached base when he was hit with a pitch, and moved to third on a single by Ryan Barthelemy.  He scored on an infield single by Brian Stavisky.

Y-D's Ray Clark (Texas) pitched equally well or better than any of the Mets pitchers despite getting the loss.  He pitched eight innings, allowing five hits and striking out five.  He walked two batters and hit two batters, the second of which was very disputed by the Red Sox manager; it appeared that the inside pitch actually hit the bat before it hit Steve Holm in the seventh inning.

The Red Sox had nine hits in the game, but they failed to produce any runs after leaving eleven runners on base.  Each team committed one error that did not end up affecting the outcome of the game.

Stats of note...All of the Mets' wins this season have come after scoring a run in the first inning...Ryan Barthelemy was back with the team on Thursday after returning home last week to tend to some family business...Hyannis has hit three home runs this season and given up four home runs.

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BOX SCORE FOR 6/29/2000

YARMOUTH-DENNIS--000 000 000--0
HYANNIS----------100 000 00X--1

YARMOUTH-DENNIS    ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Stotts 2b           5  0  1   0   0   1   2
Sullivan cf         4  0  1   0   1   0   4
Larkin lf           2  0  1   0   2   1   1
Garcia ss           3  0  0   0   0   1   3
Lopaze 1b           4  0  2   0   0   1   1
Wong dh             3  0  1   0   0   2   1
-Baker ph           1  0  0   0   0   0   1
Cooper rf           4  0  2   0   0   1   2
Rosado c            2  0  0   0   0   0   2
-Caldwell ph        0  0  0   0   1   0   0

TOTALS             30  0  9   0   5   7  19

BATTING--2B: Wong (2), Cabrera (7), Cooper (9) SH: Rosado (7), Garcia (8), Cabrera (9) GIDP: Garcia (1), Rosado (2) Team LOB: 11

BASERUNNING--SB: Stotts (7) CS: Stotts (3)

FIELDING--E: Garcia (5) DP: Garcia-Stotts-Lopaze (8)
 

HYANNIS            ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Scott cf            4  0  0   0   0   1   1
Rabelo c            2  1  0   0   1   1   1
Carson lf           4  0  1   0   0   1   2
Barthelemy 1b       4  0  1   0   0   0   2
Loop 3b             3  0  1   0   1   0   0
Stavisky rf         3  0  1   1   0   1   1
Harris dh           3  0  1   0   0   1   0
Holm 2b             2  0  0   0   0   0   2
Athas ss            2  0  0   0   0   0   2

TOTALS             27  1  5   1   2   5  11

BATTING--HP: Rabelo (1), Holm (7) SH: Athas (7) GIDP: Loop (8) Team LOB: 7

BASERUNNING--CS: Barthelemy (1)

FIELDING--E: Rabelo (7) DP: Athas-Holm-Barthelemy (1), Athas-Barthelemy (2)
 

PITCHING              ip  h  r  er  bb  so  bf
----------------------------------------------
YARMOUTH-DENNIS
Clark, (L, 0-1)      8.0  5  1   1   2   5  32
TOTALS               8.0  5  1   1   2   5  32
HYANNIS
Cunningham (W, 1-0)  6.0  7  0   0   3   5  25
Alley                1.0  1  0   0   0   0   4
DeSalvo (S, 1)       2.0  1  0   0   2   2   9
TOTALS               9.0  9  0   0   5   7  38

WP: Cunningham (3) PB: Rabelo (5) HBP: Clark 2 (1-7)

Umpires: Hansberry (P), Fredricks (B)

Time: 2:23 Weather: mostly cloudy, wind 5 mph blowing right to left, 65 degrees

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Orleans and Hyannis deprive webmaster of sleep

story from 6/30/00; posted on 7/1/00 at 11:21 EDT

--ORLEANS--In a game that lasted an eye-reddening four hours and twenty-nine minutes, the Hyannis Mets and the Orleans Cardinals battled to a 7-7 tie Friday night at Eldredge Park.  The game was called after thirteen innings because of a league-wide curfew stating that no inning can be started after 11:30 PM.

Hyannis drew first blood in the second inning when Jon Henry Kail and Brian Stavisky both reached base on walks.  Kail came in on a base hit by Jamie Athas, and Stavisky scored when Steve Holm grounded into a double play.  Orleans struck back in the bottom of the inning with a three-run homer from second-year Cape Leaguer Brad Stockton (Georgia Tech).  It remained 3-2 until the fourth inning, when a two-run blast by Cardinals left fielder Ken Huff made it 5-2.

Brendan Harris began the fifth with a double and scored on a Ryan Barthelemy groundout.  Three runs came in the following inning on three walks, an error, a sacrifice fly, a sacrifice bunt, and a fielder's choice.  The Cardinals tied it in the eighth inning when Chad Tracy scored on a Stockton hit.  So, the game went into extra innings...

New arrival Matt Lynch (Florida State) came in to pitch in the tenth inning for Hyannis.  His extra-inning counterpart for Orleans was Taft Cable, who had recorded a save against the Mets earlier in the season.  Neither pitcher allowed a hit in the tenth.  In the eleventh, the Mets got into some trouble when Lee Delfino hit a double to the 434-foot marker in center field.  In a gutsy strategic move, the next two batters were intentionally walked to load the bases.  The following batter grounded to Holm at second base, who threw to catcher Mike Rabelo for the out.  Immediately after, batter Jason Basil hit a short fly ball to center fielder Greg Miller, who caught it for the second out.  The runner on third, Jeff Koppinger (Georgia), tagged up and attempted to score.  Miller gunned it into Rabelo and had Koppinger out by two steps at the plate, ending the inning and the threat.

Athas led off the twelfth for the Mets with a double.  He moved to third on Miller's sacrifice bunt, and scored on a Harris single to give the Mets a 7-6 lead.  In the bottom of the inning, however, Orleans answered back with a run scored by Huff when Mike Woods (Southern) grounded into a double play.

The thirteenth inning went off nearly without incident, except for the ejection of Hyannis bench coach Nick Siemasz.  "The Greek" was thrown out of the game after shouting from the dugout while arguing a check-swing call made by the base umpire.  He had not been ejected in nearly four years preceding this incident.  Following NCAA procedure, Siemasz left the field of play and continued to shout from behind the dugout.

Stats of note...the game, which started at 7:02 PM, was called at 11:31 PM after the completion of the thirteenth inning.  Some of the staggering stats from the game included: 122 total batters, amassing 19 hits, 14 runs, 28 strikeouts, 22 walks, and 9 stolen bases...the two previous games could have been played almost in their entirety in the amount of time it took to play Friday's game...the Mets more than doubled their stolen base output for the season in one game Friday, stealing five bases (all in the first nine innings).

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BOX SCORE FOR 6/30/2000

HYANNIS--020 013 000/001 0--7
ORLEANS--030 200 010/001 0--7

HYANNIS            ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Miller cf           6  1  0   1   0   2   2
Harris 3b           7  1  3   2   0   0   1
Rabelo c            3  0  0   0   4   1   1
Barthelemy 1b       6  0  0   2   0   2   4
Carson dh           5  0  1   0   0   2   7
-Loop ph            1  0  0   0   0   1   0
Kail lf             4  1  0   0   1   3   2
-Scott lf           0  0  0   0   1   0   0
Stavisky rf         4  2  1   0   3   2   1
Holm 2b             5  1  2   0   2   1   4
Athas ss            6  1  2   1   0   2   5

TOTALS             47  7  9   6  11  16  27

BATTING--2B: Harris (5), Holm (9), Athas (12) HP: Carson (11) SF: Barthelemy (6) SH: Athas (6), Scott (11), Miller (12) GIDP: Miller (2) Team LOB: 17

BASERUNNING--SB: Harris 2 (1-6), Stavisky (4), Miller (6), Holm (7)

FIELDING--E: Harris (6) DP: Miller-Rabelo (11), Athas-Holm-Barthelemy (12) Outfield Assist: Miller (11)
 

ORLEANS            ab  r  h  bi  bb  so  lo
Harris cf           4  0  0   0   3   2   1
Delfino 3b          7  0  1   0   0   3   6
Koppinger ss        5  0  0   0   2   2   0
Prince c            6  1  1   0   1   1   3
Tracy 1b            7  1  2   0   0   0   2
Basil rf            5  1  1   0   1   0   3
Huff lf             2  3  1   2   3   0   2
Stockton dh         6  1  3   4   0   2   1
Woods 2b            5  0  1   0   1   2   3

TOTALS             47  4 10   6  11  12  21

BATTING--2B: Tracy (9), Delfino (11) HR: Stockton (2), Huff (4) HP: Huff (8) GIDP: Woods (12) Team LOB: 9

BASERUNNING--SB: Woods (7), Stockton (8), Huff 2 (10-12) CS: Woods (5)

FIELDING--E: Delfino 2 (1-5), Woods (6) DP: Koppinger-Woods-Tracy (2)
 

PITCHING              ip  h  r  er  bb  so  bf
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HYANNIS
Taylor               6.1  5  5   5   4   6  28
Conden               0.2  0  0   0   1   1   3
DeSalvo              2.0  3  1   1   1   0  11
Lynch                2.2  2  1   1   5   3  13
Alley                1.1  0  0   0   0   2   4
TOTALS              13.0 10  7   7  11  12  59
ORLEANS
Greenbush*           4.0  4  3   2   4   2  21
Blood                2.0  0  3   1   3   2  11
Pinkerton            2.2  2  0   0   2   7  12
Cable                3.1  2  1   1   1   3  14
Steitz               1.0  1  0   0   1   2   5
TOTALS              13.0  9  7   4  11  16  63
*Greenbush pitched to 2 batters in the 5th.

WP: Pinkerton (8) HBP: Cable (11) IBB: Lynch 2 (11)

Umpires: Crowley (P), Mayne (B)  Ejected: Siemasz (13), arguing check-swing call

Time: 4:29 Called: 11:31, curfew Weather: clear, wind calm, 60 degrees

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