Monthly Archives: May 2009

Thursday, May 28

Wolcott 7, Winsted 0 Sal Messina tossed a no-hitter as Wolcott picked up their 2nd victory of the season. Starting against one of the league’s veteran aces, Winsted’s Donny Crossman, and last years league champions, Messina struck out 16 of

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Wednesday, May 27

Bristol  3,  Wolcott  2 Matt Beaudoin gave Bristol the lead for good with an RBI single in the bottom of the fifth inning and Rich Bianci picked up his first win of the season, surrendering just one earned run over

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Tuesday, May 26

Mazda Dodge  4,  Bethlehem  3 DJ Dyer tossed a complete game striking out 5, walking 2, and scattering 6 hits as Mazda Dodge handed Bethlehem their first loss of the season. Mazda Dodge took a 4-2 lead after four innings

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Sunday, May 24

Tri-Town 14, Farmingbury 0 Trojans starter Jason Patrick allowed two hits and struck out four over the first five innings before giving way to Andy Dooley. Dooley went three innings allowing two hits and striking out four before Wayne Brewington

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Thursday, May 21

Winsted 7, Torrington 1 Jay Levesque had the big hit (a two-run single) in Winsted’s huge fifth inning to break away from Torrington for a 7-1 final score before darkness ended a Tri-State Baseball duel of past league champions.  Winsted’s Toby Nylin

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Tuesday, May 19

Brass City 7, Bristol 2 Sean Keegan took a no-hitter into the sixth inning striking out 8 in the meantime and Justin McCulloch collected two hits, drove in a run and scored three times to lead Brass City over Bristol.  Paul Novakowski singled,

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Sunday, May 17

Winsted 4, Brass City 2 Danny Crossman pitched a one-hitter Sunday to lead the Winsted Whalers to a 4-2 win over the Brass City Brew at Walker Field on opening day for the Tri-State Baseball League.  Crossman struck out seven

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Expanded Tri-State League opens

By Rick Wilson Republican-American The Tri-State Baseball League just keeps on growing. The largest Stan Musial circuit in the state kicks off its 76th season today with the addition of the Bristol Greeners expanding the roster of teams to 17.

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