Looking for Anglers
gear while visiting
Chatham?
Just look in one of these downtown merchants:

Chatham Clothing Bar
534 Main Street
508-945-5292

Mahi Gold Outfitters
465 Main Street
855-624-4465






Chatham A's

 

A's News

« Back

East triumphs 4-1 Over West in All-Star Game

by Mike Morris, 07-30-2011

Friday night's Cape Cod Baseball League All-Star Game at Fenway Park ended in a 4-1 victory for the East.

Chatham's Richie Shaffer (Clemson) was crowned Home Run Derby champ before the All-Star game, launching six balls over the Monster in left field.

Fittingly, the Red Sox players, Yarmouth-Dennis that is, were the stars of the game.

The East scored two runs off Clemson's Scott Firth (Hyannis), who was the game's losing pitcher. Y-D's Stephen Piscotty (Stanford) reached on an infield single to begin the inning, followed by a fellow Red Sox Mason Katz (LSU) double. Piscotty scored on the hit, but the defensive troubles that have plagued the Cape all season reared their ugly head in Fenway.

The throw home was high, but Firth compounded his problems by throwing the ball into left field in an attempt to catch Katz at third. Katz would come all the way around on a double and two errors.

That made the score 2-1 after 1.5 innings. Chatham's Matt Koch (Louisville) came in to pitch the bottom of the second inning. He shut out the West hitters, allowing no runs on no hits, highlighted by a strikeout of Bourne's Patrick Cantwell (Stony Brook).

Chatham's other All-Star representative, Dane Phillips (OK State) went 0-2, grounding out in the second inning, and going down swinging in the third.

The scoring finished in the fifth inning when another Y-D Red Sox, James Ramsey (FSU), went yard. He poked a home run to the bullpen in right center field. That made the score 4-1, which is how it would finish four innings later.

The Anglers get back into action Saturday at Veterans Field against the Wareham Gatemen. First pitch at 7 p.m. ET.



Archives

CLICK HERE to view Chatham's Archive Page, complete with statistics, photos, rosters, alumni info, and more.

Thank you, fans!


The 2022 Anglers season has come to an end. Thank you for your support, and we'll see you at Veterans Field in June 2023.

2022 Schedule
12
Fri
13
Sat
14
Sun
15
Mon
16
Tue
17
Wed
18
Thu
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
08/11/2022 - 08/17/2022