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GATEMEN NEWS

Gatemen Drop Season Finale 5-1 to Bourne

With only eleven active players, including five recentlyadded replacement players, the Gatemen took the field for their season finale Tuesday night at Spillane Field.  The Wareham Gatemen (14-28-2) ended their disappointing 2014 campaign with a 5-1 loss to the Bourne Braves, who will cruise into the Cape Cod League Playoffs as the No. 1 overall seed. The new-look Wareham lineup struggled against a five-pitcher effort from Bourne’s bullpen, but there certainly were highlights for Gatemen fans to take away from the game.  Read full story

Bourne Shuts Out Gatemen 5-0 - Braves Head to Playoffs as Top Overall Seed

With the Gatemen missing a handful of starters and already eliminated from postseason contention, their make-up game with the Bourne Braves at Doran Park had a very different feel to it.

 

The Gatemen (14-27-2) dropped the penultimate game of their 2014 campaign, 5-0, to the Braves on Monday night. Bourne scored early and then late in the ballgame, as the Gatemen never assembled any substantial threat against the Braves, who clinched the top overall seed in the Cape Cod Baseball League Playoffs. A six-man pitching effort, led by starter Sam Kmiec (Winthrop), shutout and shutdown the Wareham offense.  Read full story

Adler Tosses Complete Game Shutout as Gatemen Defeat Kettleers 5-0

On Friday night at Spillane Field, Wareham Gatemen starting pitcher Sean Adler (USC) did something that no other starter in the entire Cape League had been able to accomplish all summer.   In a game that lasted an hour and 45 minutes, Adler tossed all nine innings without allowing a single run, as the Gatemen (14-26-2) cruised to a 5-0 victory over the Cotuit Kettleers. Adler’s dominant complete-game shutout performance had Wareham Head Coach Cooper Farris singing the USC southpaw’s praises following the win.  Read full story by Gatemen Beat Writer Sean Tenaglia

Postseason Chances Erased in Falmouth

A frustrating season for the Wareham Gatemen came to a frustrating unofficial end on Thursday night in Falmouth. The Gatemen (13-26-2) were mathematically eliminated from postseason contention as they fell 11-2 to the Commodores at Arnie Allen Diamond. Trailing the Hyannis Harbor Hawks by eight points with only three games remaining, the Gatemen now find themselves on the outside looking in for the second consecutive season.  Read full story by Sean Tenaglia

Wareham - Brewster Play to 6-6 Tie

Wareham Head Coach Cooper Farris has never shied away from equatinga tie to “kissing your sister.” Well, Wednesday night’s tie in Brewster felt particularly dissatisfying for the Wareham Gatemen, who failed to pick up a win when they most desperately needed one. Read full story

O'Sullivan - Gatemen Hold Off Harwich for 3-2 Win

With their backs against the wall, the Gatemen found a way to stay alive.  Behind eight strong innings from starting pitcher Liam O’Sullivan (Saint Leo), the Gatemen (13-25-1) picked up a huge 3-2 win over the Eastern Division-leading Harwich Mariners. With only five games remaining in the regular season, the victory moved the Gatemen within three games of Cotuit for the final playoff spot in the Western Division.  Read full story by Gatemen Beat Writer Sean Tenaglia

 

                             Storng outing for Liam O'Sullivan in win for Gatemen - photo by Rob Reardon

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