Baseball: Sag Harbor needs only three hits to beat Ospreys

07/14/2011 11:59 AM |

The Sag Harbor Whalers scored a run in each of the first two innings and they held up for a 2-1 home win over the North Fork Ospreys in the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League on Wednesday.

The Whalers (13-14) prevailed with only three hits — singles by Ryan Kresky (two stolen bases), Joe Solomeno and Charlie Curl.

The Ospreys (16-13) managed five hits and did not have a batter with more than one hit. Four of those hits came off pitcher Kevin McCarthy, who went eight innings, striking out five and walking three.

Vaughn Hayward took the loss despite throwing seven innings of two-hit ball. He recorded nine strikeouts and five walks.



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  • I read things like this and shake my head in disgust.Mr Graham came up with a brilliant idea.He went to secure dock space for the vessell but instead has to start jumping through HOOPS and over OBSTICLES.But instead,the initial offer of $10,000 + a piece of the “gate” gets turned down.And WAAA,Claudio wants to know why a boat needs not to pay property taxDAH!! Did Graham refuse to pay a BID tax??Do the charter boats have to pay a BID tax??How about the OUTGOING TOWN SUPER Sean Walters took a nice day trip with “the crew” to NYC,WHY??????Pick up the Phone in your law office,OOOOOOPs,I meant your office and make a call,save RHT the expence of the Feild Trip.
    Grahams biz idea is very seasonal!!Since when does someone have to submit a bisiness plan to rent space,apply for permits and start a biz? Wake up RHT.There are people trying to bring MONEY$$$$$$$$$ to Suffolk County,but our leaders laugh,and shoo them away.BTW,,,,,,,,How’s that MOTORSPORTS PARK coming along????????

  • Greenport is not Riverhead. Greenport is not entertaining a motorsports park. Sean Walter is Not the supervisor of Greenport. Wow, your hatred of Walter will carry you to no ends, will it? Most banks and municipalities insist on a business plan before lending or committing themselves to any new business venture. That’s a fact of life. Let’s show some professionalism with the rants. please.

  • Well Alonzo,My comments come from the article above.You are like too many,you pick & choose what you see & hear.As far as Sean Walter,HIS desicions have helped shoo away a motorsports park which would have turned the BROKE Riverhead around.So,Unless you have personal knowledge you choose not to share,all Mr Graham tried to do is secure dockspce for a large boat.Was he looking for a loan,the article does not say.And what commitment was requested from Greenport other than “Dock space”.If there is sufficient parking,what’s the problem???

  • Go back a few years and you should remember that Cardinale turned down the motorsports park also in favor of what we all know was a bad bad choice. We could have had a ski mountain if Cardinale was still the supervisor —- NOT