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Still winless on the road, Chatham (6-14-6) embarks on its furthest trip of the season, traveling to face Wareham (11-12-3) at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Nicholas Regalado (Florida SouthWestern) has been among the Anglers' most consistent starters and will get the ball against Wareham. The right-hander has allowed four runs over three starts, going at least four innings and striking out at least five in each one.
Matt Jachec will toe the rubber for the Gatemen. The righty is coming off his best start of the season, where he threw six scoreless innings and limited Bourne to three hits. Jachec has logged a 3.50 ERA and 1.33 WHIP over 18 innings.
Marcus Brown (Oklahoma State) rides a three-game hit streak into Tuesday's contest. Brown is 5 for 13 (.385) over the stretch with an RBI and a walk, vaulting him into a tie with Jake DeLeo (Georgia Tech) for the team lead in hits.
Roc Riggio (Oklahoma State) has caught fire at the plate, recording a hit in five of his past seven games and tallying six RBIs over the same timeframe. The left-handed-hitting second baseman gets a favorable matchup against a right-handed starter Tuesday.
Hogan Windish has put together an all-around stellar season, batting .298 with three home runs and 17 RBIs ' the second-most in the league. Windish is 3 for 7 with two doubles and two RBIs over his past two games.
Max Anderson has turned around a slow start to the season and is now tied with Windish for the team lead in hits. Anderson went 0 for 5 on Sunday to break a 13-game hit streak.
Albeit a small sample size, the Anglers are winless after an off day. Chatham lost to Falmouth and Brewster on the road following off days earlier in the season. In the most recent game following an off day, the Anglers tied Harwich at Veterans Field.
Chatham swept a doubleheader against Wareham on June 20, winning 5-3 in game one and 2-0 in game two. DeLeo belted a grand slam in game one for the Anglers' first home run of the season. In game two, Caden Grice (Clemson) recorded Chatham's second home run, a two-run blast in the first inning for the only score of the game. Jacob Watters, Cy Nielson and Brian Holiday (Florida SouthWestern) combined for a seven-inning shutout in game two.