Monthly Archives: June 2009

Mid-Season Report (by the commish)

Tri-State League Has Own Version of Killer B’s… Reminiscent of the Killer B’s for the Houston Astros of the late 90’s (Jeff Bagwell, Craig Biggio, Derek Bell, Lance Berkman and later Carlos Beltran), the Tri-State league has its own Killer

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Sunday, June 28

Tribury 3, Naugatuck 1 Bobby Bengivengo pitched a complete game two-hitter to lead Tribury over Naugatuck 3-1 at Rotary Field.  Bengivengo walked two and struck out four.  Naugatuck opened the scoring in the 1st inning when Ryan Russell walked, stole

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Saturday, June 27

Mazda Dodge 13, Thomaston 4 After the Spoilers cut a 5-0 lead to 5-4 in the top of the third, the Red Devils exploded for six runs in the bottom of the inning on the way to win at Thomaston

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Friday, July 26

Amenia/Bethlehem:   Rained Out

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Thursday, June 25

Thomaston 5, Burlington 4 Burlington entered the bottom of the seventh with a 4-2 lead and ace pitcher Jimmy Spirito on to close the game. Everything seemed sewn up. Thomaston did not get the memo. The Spoilers, playing as the

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Tuesday, June 23

Naugatuck 9  Tri-Town 7 The Dogs played small ball and took advantage of six Trojan errors in a victory at Community Field in Litchfield. Mike Valenti came on in relief in the second inning for Naugatuck (5-4) and picked up

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Monday, June 22

Bristol 8, Thomaston 3 A sacrifice fly, a sacrifice bunt, a wild pitch and five stolen bases to go along with four Spoiler errors paved the way to an 8-3 Bristol win.  It didn’t take long for the Greeners to

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Sunday, June 21

Tri-Town 10, Amenia 9 Conor Murray racked up two Tri-State Baseball relief wins for the Tri-Town Trojans Sunday at Community Field.  Murray’s first win of the day came at the end of a seven-pitcher slug-fest against Amenia (four pitchers for

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Tri-State sends best wishes to Harry Janner and family

You may have heard about former Bethlehem Plowboy player and long-time Torrington Board umpire Harry Janner already. If you didn’t know, he’s in IC at Hartford Hospital following a motorcycle accident last Friday night. Here’s his address if you wanted

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Wednesday, June 17

Tribury 3, Torrington 1 Craig Prasauckas provided the offense and Don Maki pitched a 4-hitter as Tribury defeated Torrington 3-1 in Woodbury.  Prasauckas (2-3, HR, SB) broke a scoreless tie with a towering two-run homer to left field that also

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