The Wareham Gatemen sat down with residents of Keystone Place at Buzzards Bay Wednesday morning, June 13. The players and residents traded questions during the session.
The visit was another chance for the Gatemen players to get out into the community for service work. The Gatemen will be completing a variety of community service work during the season.
Wareham Gatemen players sit down with residents of Keystone Place to chat about baseball.
The Gatemen have already started one of its community service programs for the summer. Gatemen players visited Sippican Elementary Tuesday, June 12, for a reading program with the students.
Today, June 13, Gateman players visited Keystone Place to chat with its residents. This Keystone Place session is the first one of the season for the Gatemen.
The players introduced themselves and shared where they go to school as well as the positions they play for the Gatemen. The residents asked the players a variety of follow up questions ranging from where the players were from to what they’d be doing if they weren’t playing baseball.
The players had the chance to ask the residents a few questions as well. After the group finished asking questions, the players signed autographs and took pictures with the residents.
The Gatemen players in attendance for this community service session at Keystone Place were Joey Matulavich, McKinley Moore, Dom Savino, Ryan Stoudemire, Brendan White, Skyler Hunter, Dominic Clementi, Issac Collins, Eric Gilgenback, Parker Phillips, and Austin Shenton.
The next visit to Keystone Place for the Gatemen is Tuesday, June 19.
As for Gatemen baseball action, the home opener is tonight, June 13, with first pitch set for 6:30pm. The Gatemen will be taking on the Harwich Mariners on Spillane field.