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Shane Reardon Tosses Complete Game, as Bay Sox Eliminate Waves with 6-1 Win in Home Finale

July 30, 2019 - The New Bedford Bay Sox ended their 2019 home slate on a high note, as Shane Reardon (UMass Dartmouth) tossed a complete game, and his offense erupted in a five-run fifth inning to defeat the Ocean State Waves 6-1 in the second game of a doubleheader on Tuesday evening at Paul Walsh Field. Reardon was exceptional in his seven-inning outing, allowing just a solo home run in the sixth as the only blemish on his night. He gave up five hits, with two strikeouts and just one walk, moving to 3-1 on... Full Story

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Bay Sox Comeback Attempt Foiled, as No-Hit Bid Wrecked in Seventh in Ocean State's 4-2 Win

July 30, 2019 - The New Bedford Bay Sox went from being no-hit to being on the brink of a miraculous comeback, eventually succumbing 4-2 to the Ocean State Waves in the first game of a doubleheader that signaled the end of their 2019 home schedule. Ocean State pitcher Kyle O'Neill brought a no-hitter into the seventh and final inning, but a big Bay Sox rally put the winning run on first, as the home squad scored twice and had the bases loaded with two down for Noah Rivera (Becker). Waves reliever Jack Ipsen ... Full Story

Corey Cater, Andrew Rapoza, Paul Gozzo KO Keene as Bay Sox Beat Swamp Bats 5-3

July 26, 2019 - After a tough loss earlier this afternoon, the New Bedford Bay Sox bounced back, belting two home runs and holding on late to defeat the Keene Swamp Bats 5-3 on Friday night at Paul Walsh Field. Corey Cater (Trinity) was sensational on the mound, tossing 5.1 scoreless innings to earn his first win of the season. Andrew Rapoza (Barry) and Paul Gozzo (UConn) lifted home runs over the left field fence in consecutive innings, and the Bay Sox bullpen held on, as the Swamp Bats (23-16) scored all t... Full Story

Bay Sox Sunk by Three-Run Inning, as Gulls Drop New Bedford 3-1

July 26, 2019 - A three-run fourth inning sunk the New Bedford Bay Sox in the first game of their unconventional doubleheader on Friday afternoon, as they fell 3-1 to the Newport Gulls in a seven-inning tilt at Paul Walsh Field. With both teams slated to host games on Friday night, the Bay Sox and Gulls met at noon for their seven-inning contest, which was a makeup of a rainout from Tuesday night. New Bedford outhit Newport 7-6, with Ryan Markey (St. John's) the only Bay Sox with multiple hits, but they coul... Full Story

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