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Harbor Hawks Shutout Gatemen for 2nd Straight Day - 3-0

On Wednesdaynight, three Wareham Gatemen pitchers combined to toss eight perfect innings. In nearly every scenario imaginable, eight innings of three-up, three-down baseball should foreshadow good things to come for that team.  Due to their continued offensive drought and a single imperfect inning, the Gatemen (11-24-1) found a way to drop the game, as they fell 3-0 to the Hyannis Harbor Hawks at Spillane Field. In the biggest two-game stretch of their season, the Gatemen failed to plate a single run in eighteen innings against the Harbor Hawks. Hyannis’ back-to-back shutouts allowed them to pull seven points ahead of the Gatemen as the regular season winds down to its final week.  Read full story

Big 6th Inning for Hyannis Finishes Off Wareham

The Hyannis Harborhawks scored 6 runs with 2 outs in the sixth inning to turn a close game into a 7-0 lead and go onto defeat the Wareham Gatemen by that same score at McKeon Park in Hyannis (14-20).  Thanks to  a recent 3 game unbeaten streak, the Gatemen (11-23-1) had a chance to move within 1 point of 4th place Hyannis but instead, drop 5 points behind the Harborhawks during this critical stretch. Read full story 

Chinea/Gatemen Walk Off With 3-2 Win Over Orleans

With the game-winning run at second base and two outs in the bottom of the ninth, Chris Chinea (LSU) took two massive cuts at consecutive pitches from Orleans reliever Hayden Stone (Vanderbilt).  Chinea looked as if he wanted to smash the ball through the goalpost beyond the centerfield wall at Spillane Field, but he whiffed on both pitches. Down 0-2 to Stone, the LSU catcher shortened his swing and ripped a single past the shortstop and into left field. Wareham shortstop Blake Lacey (USC), who was thrown out at the plate to end the bottom of the fifth inning, rounded third and slid into home headfirst, this time just ahead of the throw from Orleans left fielder Brett Stephens (UCLA).  Read full story from Gatemen Beat Writer Sean Tenaglia

Kalish - Little - Ray Trio Lifts Wareham to 9th Inning Win

Jake Kalish (George Mason) went 7.1 innings allowing only 1 earned run and was supported by Jake Little's (Memphis) 4th homer of the season and Corey Ray's (Lousiville) 2 out, go-ahead rbi single in the top of the 9th to lead the Wareham Gatemen to a 2-1 West Division win over the Falmouth Commordores at Guv Fuller Field.  Read full story  

Gatemen and Braves Play To 3-3 Tie in 12 Innings

The Gatemen halted their five-game losing skid Saturday night at Spillane Field against the Bourne Braves. Unfortunately, they did not do so with a win.  In a game that was capped at the 12-inning limit, the Braves and Gatemen (9-22-1) played to a 3-3 tie. Despite outhitting Bourne twelve to three, the Gatemen were unable to capitalize and pull away with the win. Wareham Head Coach Cooper Farris compared the tie to “kissing your sister,” as he summed up the bittersweet nature of the game.  Read full story by Gatemen beat writer Sean Tenaglia and don't forget to bookmark our Soundcloud Page where you can listen to all of the postgame interviews

Four Gatemen Named CCBL All-Stars - Cody/Chinea Will Start

Kyle Cody (Kentucky), Chris Chinea (LSU), Kramer Robertson (LSU), Scott Effross (Indiana) & Keaton Aldridge (Memphis) have all been named to the West squad as Cape Cod Baseball League All-Stars and will represent the Wareham Gatemen at Doran Park in Bourne on Saturday, July 27th at the Annual Friendly's Cape League All-Star Game.  Kyle Cody will be the starting pitcher for the West and will throw to teammate Chris Chinea behind the plate.  Kiri Washington (Longwood) will participate in the homerun hitting contest.  See all of the CCBL All-Stars  Link to CCBL All-Star Game Page  More to follow here at

Falmouth Plates Two Runs In the 9th to Down Gatemen

The Falmouth Commodores left 15 men on base Friday night at Spillane Field. On a typical night, one would figure that those missed opportunities would cost them the ballgame. Well, Friday was anything but a typical night in Wareham, as the Commodores rallied to pick up a 5-3 win over the struggling Wareham Gatemen (9-22). Trailing 3-1, the Gatemen responded to tie the game in the bottom of the eighth, but they would cough up the game in the top of the ninth and go on to drop their fifth straight.

Wareham Drops 4th Straight, 4-2 to Harwich

On Thursday night, the Harwich Mariners experienced something the Wareham Gatemen have become familiar with this summer- leaving runners on base. However, the Mariners were able to do something the Gatemen have struggled to do- score just enough to win a close ballgame. Read full story


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