Summer Baseball Schedule: Wednesday, July 8, 2020



Happy Wednesday, everyone!

It is a hot and humid day today, but that won’t stop us from playing some baseball today.

Here is today’s local lineup of games. And like we said yesterday, best of luck to everyone competing this afternoon and evening.

Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL)

  • New Britain Bees at Nashua Silver Knights, 6 p.m.
  • Brockton Rox at North Shore Navigators, 6 p.m.
  • Worcester Bravehearts at Westfield Starfires, 6:30 p.m.

Intertown Twilight League Baseball 

  • Beverly Giants at Rowley Rams, 5:45 p.m.

Massachusetts Independent Baseball League (MIBL) 

  • Medfield at Weymouth, 5:15 p.m. (Junior League)
  • Dedham at Morrisette, 5:30 p.m. (Junior League)
  • Ashland at Needham, 5:45 p.m. (Senior League)
  • Natick at Medfield, 5:45 p.m. (Senior League)
  • Milton at Quincy, 7 p.m. (Senior League)
  • Braintree at Canton, 7:15 p.m. (Junior League)
  • Westwood at Norwood, 7:30 p.m. (Senior League)
  • Walpole at Franklin, 7:30 p.m. (Senior League)
  • Hyde Park at Weymouth (Senior League)

Men’s Night Baseball League (Woburn League) 

  • Maronis at Shamrocks, 6:15 p.m. (Ferullo Field)
  • Blue Sox at Red Storm, 8:30 p.m. (Ferullo Field)

North Shore Baseball League 

  • Northeast Tides at Swampscott Sox, 6 p.m. (Phillips)

Morency, Neverett On Nashua’s FCBL Game One Victory (VIDEO)


Courtesy of our friend/correspondent Joshua Kummins, ( here are two videos from Tuesday’s Futures Collegiate Baseball League championship, which saw Nashua defeat North Shore, 3-1.

The Silver Knights are now one win away from earning their second consecutive league crown, and will return to the diamond on Wednesday, August 15 for a 7:00PM first pitch at Holman Stadium in New Hampshire.

* Nashua’s Alek Morency pitched six solid inning for the Silver Knights, and allowed seven hits and one walk, but managed to strike out four batters. He also earned the win, too. Here is what he had to say after the game concluded:

* Nashua’s manager BJ Neverett discussed his team’s win, as well as the various Silver Knights players that impacted Tuesday’s contest. Here is what he had to say prior to the final out:

FCBL Championship Begins Tuesday, August 14

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On Tuesday, August 14, the Nashua Silver Knights will attempt to defend their Futures Collegiate Baseball League crown when they begin their championship series against the North Shore Navigators at Fraser Field at 7:00PM.

The Silver Knights clinched a spot in the title match for the second year in a row by defeating the Brockton Rox on Monday, 3-2, while the Navigators defeated the Torrington Titans on Sunday and Monday.

The series is a best-of-three games, and will technically conclude on Thursday, August 14.

For more information on the league or the championship — CLICK HERE.

Three Outs: Recapping Newark-Worcester (Indy Baseball)

Nick Salotti’s 10th inning RBI single on Saturday capped off an exciting night of offensive fireworks between Newark and Worcester! (Photo Credit: Matt Noonan for Noontime Sports)

By Matt Noonan 

WORCESTER, MA – The Worcester Tornadoes concluded their three-game weekend series with the Newark Bears on Sunday with an 8-4 loss, which snapped a two-game winning streak.

On Monday, Worcester will return to their home diamond against the Grand Prairie AirHogs, (American Association of Independent Baseball) for a 7:05PM first pitch.

Here are three takeaways from this past weekend’s series against the Bears.

1.) Bicondoa’s Earns His First Win: Pitcher Ryan Bicondoa had pitched in five games prior to Friday’s contest, and hadn’t mustered one win. He had averaged 5.2 innings on the bump, allowed 21 earned runs, and tallied three consecutive losses, (which started on June 1 against the New Jersey Jackals).

Against the Bears at Hanover Insurance Park at Fitton Field on Friday, the right-hander controlled the contest by fanning 12 batters and allowing two runs on three hits in eight innings. Worcester’s offense complimented his performance with three runs, which helped Bicondoa earn his first win.

In his first two starts this season against Quebec and Rockland, he was off the hook for a win or loss. Although, he did manage to hold both clubs to six earned runs combined, as well as 10 hits, but his performance didn’t translate over to the offense, as Worcester lost both matches.

2.) Saturday’s Fireworks: It’s customary that after every Friday home game, Tornadoes fans are treated to the Awesome Atlas Fireworks show. And while there was an exciting show following Friday’s win, fans were able to enjoy an encore on Saturday, as both teams combined for 23 runs, 35 hits, 19 strikeouts, and five errors in 10 innings.

Worcester’s offense displayed some offensive fireworks, as Alex Trezza smacked two home runs, while Nick Salotti recorded the game-winning RBI single in the bottom of the 10th inning.

3.) Struggling Bullpen: One thing that manager Chip Plante will need to work on, especially if the Tornadoes want to clinch a spot in the CanAm League playoffs, is the Tornadoes bullpen.

Hands down, Nick Serino has been the most consistent reliever this season. He has the team’s lowest ERA, (2.57); recorded two saves, and retired 16 batters.

Yet, against the Bears, Serino mustered one save and one win, while Kyle Regnault and Matt McDonald struggled on Sunday. Regnault replaced Kevin Cooper in the eighth inning and surrendered four earned runs on six hits, while McDonald allowed one hit during 1.1 innings of relief.

‘Three Outs’ will be a frequent blog entry geared toward recapping and providing highlights from various summer baseball games in Massachusetts.  

Mass College Baseball — Mansfield Regional Scoreboard


On Wednesday, three Div. III Massachusetts college baseball teams began their quest toward an NCAA championship.

Two local schools earned victories, while one earned a loss. Here are the scores from earlier, as well as recaps courtesy of, too.

* Western New England 7, Keene State 1 — RECAP

* Wheaton College 6, Bridgewater State 2 — RECAP