Round 2: What you need to know

As the start of Round Two approaches, here are some things you might want to know. The West Bourne Braves The Bourne Braves finished their season in second place, behind the Harbor Hawks, with a record of 22-20-2. The team batting average was .250 with an OPS of .669. Nick Solak (Louisville) led the team […]

Lucky Number Twenty Eight

Twenty eight. That is the number of internships that yours truly applied for this winter for internships this summer. Twenty eight. Within this abominable number, that I honestly still cringe at reading, I applied for internships in the Music Industry, the Fashion Industry, and General Business Industries. Those three industries made up twenty seven of […]

25 years and some things never change: view of alumni returning to the Cape

On Wednesday, July 15th, I had the pleasure of meeting CCBL and Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox alumni, Brad Stuart. Stuart played for Y-D in the summers of 1989 and 1990. Stuart currently resides in Alabama with his wife and two children, one of which is attending Samford University in the fall and will be pitching for […]

Mitchell Jordan’s Stellar Strikeout Performance

Orleans Firebirds’ pitcher Mitchell Jordan (Stetson U) is having quite the success when it comes to expiring batters from the mound. Jordan leads the Cape Cod Baseball League in strikeouts with 40. Jordan is 5-0 with a 0.00 ERA, allowing 11 hits and five walks in 33 innings pitched. At Stetson, Jordan pitched 68.2 innings […]

Cape Cod: The epitome of America

Yesterday, July 4th of 2015, marked my first Independence Day on the Cape. The only word I can think of to describe it was: America. As silly as that sounds, yesterday truly felt like the epitome of American culture all contained into one little section of the country. I’m going to take this post a […]