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Braves Comeback from 5-0 Deficit, Win 10-7 over Cotuit

Braves Comeback from 5-0 Deficit, Win 10-7 over Cotuit

BOURNE – The Braves faced a 5-0 defecit and a comeback didn’t look likely. The offense had amounted merely one hit through the first three frames and the team looked unenthused, tired and disinterested. Without a lot of energy, the team simply didn’t look poised to threaten at the healthy Cotuit lead. But Bourne climbed back into the game with one run in the bottom of the fourth and another three in the following inning to make...

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Navy Band Northeast’s Rhode Island Sound to Perform at Doran Park Saturday

Navy Band Northeast’s Rhode Island Sound to Perform at Doran Park Saturday

Fans are encouraged to arrive at Doran Park on Saturday, August 1st at 5 pm.  The Navy Band Northeast’ s Rhode Island Sound will perform prior to the Braves game against the Wareham Gateman. First pitch is at 6 pm. The set will include a diverse mix of pop/rock from the last 50 years, most of which is instantly recognizable. Under the direction of Lieutenant Gregory Fritz, Navy Band Northeast is 1 of 11 official bands of the United...

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Harwich Ends Bourne’s Four-Game Win Streak, Braves Fall 3-1

Harwich Ends Bourne’s Four-Game Win Streak, Braves Fall 3-1

BOURNE – The Harwich Mariners just seemed to have the Bourne Braves’ number Wednesday night. While the Mariners didn’t look particularly dominant at any point, the Braves couldn’t string hits together when they needed them and failed to keep the Mariners stranded on base throughout the game. “We had a lot of tough breaks tonight,” said Braves assistant coach Tyler Hancock. “We didn’t get timely hits when we needed to and that’s...

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Braves Win 5-3 in Extra Innings

Braves Win 5-3 in Extra Innings

SOUTH YARMOUTH – Keegan Akin (Western Michigan) throwing lights out. Braves hitters working deep counts for walks and timely hits. The bullpen once again doing its job in relief. Bourne was excellent at times Tuesday afternoon at Red Wilson Field to finally break across the .500 mark and clinch a playoff spot. With just five games left in the regular season following Tuesday’s matchup, the Braves are playing some of their best...

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Something to Prove: Robson Gets Chance In Bourne

Something to Prove: Robson Gets Chance In Bourne

BOURNE – Jacob Robson trotted out of the first-base dugout Saturday to take the field as a representative for the West Division in the 2015 Friendly’s Cape Cod Baseball League All-Star game. With his glove held in his right hand and wearing a white jersey with Bourne emblazoned across his chest, he began a light jog to right field, where he would get the start. After beginning the season as a temporary player in Brewster, Robson had...

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Bourne Wins Big Over Wareham, Notches Nine Runs

Bourne Wins Big Over Wareham, Notches Nine Runs

WAREHAM – Assistant coach Joe Lincoln was joking with Nick Solak (Louisville) in the dugout after he flew out to deep center field in the third inning. Lincoln remarked that the out was the furthest ball the all-star second baseman and occasional Braves outfielder had hit all season. Hitting .325, the pesky Solak has mostly peppered the places defenses aren’t this season while recording his team-high 37 hits. While Solak wasn’t...

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Braves Walk Off Against Hyannis

Braves Walk Off Against Hyannis

BOURNE, Ma.—With the score deadlocked at two and the bases loaded with one out in the bottom of the ninth, outfielder Reid Humphreys [Mississippi State] laced a 1-2 pitch into left field to score centerfielder Ryan Boldt [Nebraska] as the Bourne Braves defeated the Hyannis Harbor Hawks 3-2 at Doran Park. The Braves improved to 17-18-2 on the season with the win and are in second place in the West Division. In the bottom of the ninth, Boldt...

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