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Garcia, Lucas shut down Braves, Gatemen win 13-1

Garcia, Lucas shut down Braves, Gatemen win 13-1


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BOURNE – The fourth of July may have past, but the Gatemen kept the fireworks going today. Wareham took advantage of their scoring chances and some shaky Bourne defense to route the Braves 13-1.


Matulovich, bullpen combine to throw 3-hitter, beat Kettleers 8-1

Matulovich, bullpen combine to throw 3-hitter, beat Kettleers 8-1


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COTUIT – If today’s start for RHP Joey Matulovich was the final of his Gatemen career, he had two incredible seasons in Wareham. Matulovich was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in round 20 of this June’s draft and could be leaving Wareham soon. The signing deadline for all draft picks comes later this week, July 6, meaning tonight may be the last time Matulovich pitches as a Gatemen.


Gatemen commit season-high 4 errors, lose 6-5 to YD

Gatemen commit season-high 4 errors, lose 6-5 to YD


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WAREHAM – The Wareham Gatemen entered play last night as the best defense in the entire Cape League with just 11 errors committed. Uncharacteristically, the Gatemen made a season-high four errors in a game they ultimately lost 6-5 to the Red Sox.


Gatemen score 17, winning going away at Hyannis

Gatemen score 17, winning going away at Hyannis


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HYANNIS – The Gatemen bats broke out last night in big way as Wareham crushed the Hyannis Harbor Hawks 17-4 to complete the sweep of the home-and-home series.


4-run second propels Gatemen over Anglers

4-run second propels Gatemen over Anglers


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WAREHAM – Tuesday night, the Gatemen offense scattered 12 hits and had only one run to show for it. Tonight, the Gatemen got a rally going in the second when six straight hitters reached base. Wareham scored four runs in the second to push the lead to 5-0 and they never looked back.


Waldichuk, Lunn struggle in 9-1 loss to Hyannis

Waldichuk, Lunn struggle in 9-1 loss to Hyannis


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HYANNIS – For Gatemen starter Ken Waldichuk, the third time around was not the charm. Waldichuk got lit up for six runs on seven hits in 3.1 innings during his third start of the season as the Gatemen fell out of first place losing 9-1 to the Hyannis Harbor Hawks.


Gatemen walk it off again as Packard delivers game-winning knock

Gatemen walk it off again as Packard delivers game-winning knock


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With runners on the corners, DH Conor Grammes stepped up to the plate. On a 1-2 count, Horn got Grammes to hit a fly ball and the center fielder Skyler Hunter had plenty of time to camp under it and record the final out of the inning.