June 17, 2016
Ryan Noda worked a bases loaded walk to put the Whitecaps ahead 3-2 in the top of the tenth inning and Ryan Gridley drove in a run on sac-fly as the Caps secured the 4-2 victory on Friday night in Chatham. They improve to 3-4 with the victory.
The Whitecaps trailed the for the majority of the game, coming from behind in the eighth inning to tied the game as Brent Rooker drove a ball deep to center to tie the game via sac-fly.
The Anglers opened the scoring and jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the third inning as Sean Bouchard led off the second with a double and later scored home Kyle Adams hit into a 6-4-3 double play.
Bryan King fired five innings of two run ball and Chatham starter J.B. Bukauskas struck out nine of the 15 batters he faced through five innings.
Neither starter would record the decision, yet it was Zac Lowther who shined in relief for the Whitecaps, retiring nine straight batters, all on strikeouts to earn the win. Stuart Fairchild’s RBI infield single made it 2-0 in the bottom of the third. The Anglers would not score again, as the Caps held them off the board for the remainder of the contest.
Logan Warmouth opened the tenth by working a walk and Nick Dunn was hit by a pitch, and Rooker walked to load the bases for Noda. His walk would drive in the winning run and the Caps added insurance to secure the 4-2 victory.
The Caps return to action tomorrow night, at they face Cotuit at home at 5 p.m.
Brewster hosted the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox for the second time this week. When they played on Sunday, Brewster's offense was too much for the Red Sox to handle. The Whitecaps bats were again in force on Thursday, but YD's offense showed up too, getting a 10-8 road victory over Brewster.
The game didn't start as a slugfest though. The starting pitchers dueled sharply for the first half of the game. Brewster's Hunter Martin (Tennessee) and YD's William Montgomerie (UConn) provided strong outings and gave their teams a chance to win. Martin only gave up one run, a groundout RBI by Corey Dempster (USC) in the fourth. The rest of his 6.1 innings were an excellent display of his pitching talent. Montgomerie pitched well for YD as well, but had trouble getting Matt Davis (VCU) out. Davis gave Brewster a 2-1 lead in the 5th with his 3rd homer of the summer.
Brewster added two more runs in the 7th inning on a single by Logan Warmoth (North Carolina) and a double by Ryan Noda (Cincinnati). They took a 4-1 lead to the 8th, where the bullpen fell apart. Jacob Wloczewski (Binghamton) and Vince Arobio (Pacific) combined to allow 7 hits and 8 runs, including a home run by Kevin Smith (Maryland), and YD took a 9-4 lead. Brewster responded with another homer by Matt Davis to cut YD's lead to 9-7. YD and Brewster each got a run in the 9th inning, and Brewster could not mount a big enough attack to tie the game. YD escaped with a 10-8 victory.
With the loss, Brewster falls to 2-4 on the season and 2-2 at home. Jacob Wloczewski got the loss, and Collin Snyder (Vanderbilt) got his first victory. YD gets their first victory of the season, going to 1-5 on the season. The Whitecaps will take to the road to play Chatham tomorrow night at Veterans Field. First pitch is at 7.
June 15, 2016
Joe Mockbee fired five innings of two-run ball yet the Whitecaps offense was unable to provide run support as the Caps fell to Cotuit, 5-3 on Wednesday night. Brewster moves to 2-3 with the loss. Mockbee struck out five and walked two and received the no-decision in the contest.
The Whitecaps struck first, as Brandon Champman doubled in the top of the second inning to score Jared Barnes who worked a walk before him.
Hansen Butler took over on the hill for the Caps with the score knotted at 2-2, yet Tim Susnara ripped a two-out bases loaded two-run RBI single as a pinch hitter to push Cotuit to a 4-2 lead and propel them to victory. They would extend the lead to 5-2 in the seventh inning on a sacrifice fly. The Caps added a run in the top of the ninth, yet it was not enough as Cotuit recorded the 5-3 victory, their first of the season.
Ross Achter posted 4 1/3 strong innings of relief, giving up one run and allowing just two hits. He received the win and Butler took the loss for Brewster.
The Caps return to action tomorrow night, as they face YD at home in Brewster, at 5 p.m.
The first three games of the Whitecaps season were not that close. They all saw someone pull away late. The Whitecaps hit the road tonight and they played their first close game of the season. They traveled off Cape to Spillane Field to take on the Wareham Gatemen, and played a tight and messy game. Brewster committed three errors and threw two wild pitches during the game, but their pitching still performed well.
Ryan Feltner (Ohio State) started the game for Brewster and only gave up one run through his first five innings. That run came in the second when Colton Burns (Cal Santa Barbara) reached on a Whitecap error and scored on a ground out by Jonathan Englemann (Michigan). Brewster recovered by turning to their hot offense. Nicholas Dunn (Maryland) drove in Kekai Rios (Hawaii) on a long double to tie the game in the fifth. Brewster then took the lead in the 6th when Ryan Noda (Cincinnati) tripled to open the inning and Zach Gahagan (North Carolina) drove him in with a single. Brewster had a chance to drive in another run, but missed the chance when Gahagan was thrown out at home to end the inning.
From there, Wareham's bullpen took over. Ryan Selmar (Maryland) pitched two strong innings in relief and collected the victory. Ryan Wilson (Pepperdine) pitched the final three innings and only allowed one hit, no runs, and struck out four batters, collecting a long save.
Wareham scratched out two runs in the 6th. Gavin Sheets (Wake Forest) drove in one run with a ground out to second, and Robert Metz (George Washington) scored on a wild pitch by Brewster reliever Jacob Wloczewski (Binghamton). Wislon shut down the Whitecaps the rest of the way, and the hottest offense in the Cape League was held to only two runs for the game.
With the 3-2 defeat, Brewster falls to 2-2 on the season. They travel to Lowell Park in Cotuit tomorrow for a makeup game against the Kettleers. First pitch will be at 5 PM.
BREWSTER, Mass. Whitecaps Surge Over Chatham
June 13, 2016
The Whitecaps came from behind and exploded for a ten-run seventh as they defeated the Chatham Anglers 14-6 on Monday night at Stony Brook field.
Brewster posted a strong start as Tyler Zuber struck out the side in the first, and allowed five runs through four innings and struck out six on the night.
The Caps opened the scoring off a Matt Davis homer to left field in the second to give them a 2-1 lead in the third inning. Ryan Noda singled to give the Caps a 3-1 lead. They added another in the inning to make it Chatham responded in the top of the fourth, adding five runs to jump out to a 5-4 lead.
They would score one more run in the top of the eighth, yet the Whitecaps offense was more than enough to propel them to their second straight victory.
Brewster’s bats came alive in the bottom of the seventh, when they tallied ten runs and sent 16 men to the plate to take a 14-5 lead. Davis got the inning started with a double to deep center, and Nick Dunn’s RBI single tied the game at 5-5. The Caps worked four walks in the inning and were the beneficiaries of RBI hits from Jared Barnes, Brett Langhorne and Zach Gahagen.
The contest was called due to darkness after eight complete innings, making the final a 14-6 victory for the Whitecaps. They improve to 2-1 on the year with the win.
The Whitecaps return to action tomorrow, June 14, as they travel to Wareham to face the Gatemen at 6:30 p.m.
BREWSTER, Mass. Whitecaps defeat YD For First Victory
June 12, 2016
Aaron Soto (Tennessee) fired 6.1 innings of three-run ball for the Whitecaps and the offense exploded behind him to propel the Whitecaps to an 11-6 win over the YD-Red Sox. The Whitecaps move to 1-1 on the year with the victory.
The Whitecaps jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning. Matt Davis led off the inning with a stand-up double to the gap in right center field. Logan Warmoth (UNC) ripped an RBI single into right field to bring the run around.
The Caps added to their lead in the bottom of the second as they exploded for five rums off opposing pitcher Michael Baumann. Colby Maiola and Brett Langhorne worked walks to open the inning, and then Kekai Rios ripped a grounder up the middle to score Maiola and make it a 2-0 lead. After another walk, Nick Dunn sent an RBI single into left to score Langhorne and tack on another run. The Caps would score another three runs in the inning to jump out to a 6-0 lead after two innings.
The Whitecaps added runs in the third, fourth and fifth in order to jump out to an 11-0 lead. Dunn added an RBI single in the 3rd, Maiola ripped an RBI single to right to score Noda in the fourth and Ryan Noda ripped a two run home-run over the right field fence to give the Caps the 11-0 lead.
YD was not ready to quit after five, as Deon Stafford ripped a three-run homer to right to put YD on the board and cut the Caps lead to 11-3. Nolan Brown ripped an RBI single to right adding another run for YD and making the score 11-4.
The Red Sox showed signs of life in the seventh as well, adding two more runs in the seventh and cutting the lead to 11-6. Hansen Butler (UNC) tossed a scoreless eight for the Caps and Vince Arobio fired a scoreless ninth to secure the victory for the Whitecaps.
The Whitecaps return to action tomorrow, June 13 as they face the Chatham Anglers at 5 p.m. at Stony Brook Field.
Sean Guenther fired five innings of one-run ball for the Firebirds as Orleans defeated Brewster 9-4 in the season-opener at Stony Brook Field in Brewster, Mass.
The Whitecaps could only manage two hits off Guenther, who allowed one earned run and struck out 4 on the night. The few bright spots offensively for the Whitecaps came in the first, eighth and the Whitecaps managed a three-run rally in the bottom half of the 9th. Matt Davis led off the bottom of the first with a solo home run to left to put the Whitecaps in front 1-0.
Guenther held the Whitecaps scoreless for the next four innings. The firebirds were unable to muster much offense off Brewster starting pitcher Chris Falwell until they tallied four runs in the top of the 6th inning and jumped out to a 6-1 lead.
Riley Adams opened the inning for the Firebirds and ripped a single down the right field line and Payton Squier reached on an error. Joe Baker then sent an RBI double to deep left to plate two runs to give the Firebirds lead 5-1 in the 6th.
Erick Martinez took over for Falwell, allowing two inherited runners to score and making the score 7-1 Orleans. The Firebirds extended their lead to 9-1 in the top half of the 8th as Riley Mahan sent a double to left, Keegan McGovern worked a walk, Logan Sowers drove an RBI double to left and Riley Adams beat out an infield single to give the Firebirds a 9-1 lead.
The Firebirds relievers kept the Whitecaps to one run until the bottom of the 8th, when Kekai Rios led off with a single to left and Colby Maiola ripped a ball deep to left, scoring Rios to make it 9-2, yet was thrown out trying to extend a double into a triple.
The Whitecaps managed a brief rally in the bottom half of the 9th inning. Zach Gahagen worked a one-out walk and Ryan Noda belted a 2-run homer to center field to make the score 9-4. Maiola flew out to left field to make the final score 9-4.
The Whitecaps return to action tomorrow, June 11 as they take on the Cotuit, Kettlers at Lowell Park at 5 p.m.
Join us for a morning of fun and baseball instruction with Whitecaps players and coaches. Free youth clinic for kids ages 6-13 on Sat. June 25 9 -11:30 at Stony Brook Field. Pre-register at Clinics page.
Saturday, July 9 2016
The Brewster Ladies Library on Route 6A
Come meet the Whitecaps (players, coaches everybody!) on Saturday, July 9th at 11:00 a.m. at the Brewster Ladies Library on Route 6A in Brewster. It's a great opportunity to get to know the players, collect autographs of future Major Leaguers, ask some questions and even win some prizes. It's a great time for both young and old, so come on down to the library.