ANAHEIM, Calif. – Regarded as one of the most successful coaches in franchise history, Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox manager Scott Pickler was inducted into the Savanna High School (Calif.) Hall of Fame last week.
I’ve lived on Cape Cod my whole life and throughout the years, I never realized the gateway to my ultimate success was right in front of my eyes. I was blind to it.
The Hyannis Harbor Hawks lost a piece of their heart and soul on Jan. 8 with the passing of John Howitt, who served as general manager for Hyannis from 1999 to 2007.
The 2016 Cape Cod Baseball League season begins Friday, June 10, with a full slate of five games: Wareham at defending Cape League champion Yarmouth-Dennis, 5 p.m.; Orleans at Brewster, 5 p.m.; Hyannis at Bourne, 6 p.m.; Cotuit at Harwich, 6:30 p.m.; Falmouth at Chatham, 7 p.m. There are no scheduled doubleheaders this summer.
One of the annual rites of winter in New England is the Boston Baseball Writers Awards Dinner, held last Thursday at Boston Marriott Copley Place.
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First, I would like to thank the Wareham Gatemen's Tom and Sheri Gay, Jim and Linda McKiernan and Tom Crane, who attended and manned the Cape Cod Baseball League table during the second annual Baseball Winter Weekend at Foxwoods Resorts.