5/23 • at Milton, Cunningham, 4:00
5/24 • Practice, Warren, 3:30
5/25 • vs Newton North, Warren, 4:30
5/23 • at Milton, HS, 4:00
5/24 • Practice, Amory, 3:30
5/25 • vs Newton North, Amory, 4:30
5/23 • Practice, Warren, 3:30
5/24 • at Milton, HS, 4:00
5/25 • Practice, TBD
5/26 • Practice, TBD
5/27 • vs Newton North, Amory, 4:00
REMEMBERING AIDAN CONNOLLY
The Brookline Baseball community is deeply saddened by the loss of Aidan Connolly, who died in a boating accident on April 19. Aidan was a talented ballplayer who excelled on the field in BYB's spring and summer programs, played varsity baseball for the Warriors, and mentored young players at the Brookline WinterBall clinic. After graduating from BHS (2012), he played on the club baseball team at UMass Amherst. More than just a gifted player, he was an exemplary teammate and an extraordinary human being — generous, empathetic, kind, and warm, with an infectious smile and an endlessly positive outlook. Aidan enriched the lives of everyone who knew him, and the world is a better place because of his brief time with us. We will miss him more than words can express. • more about Aidan
Wednesday, 5/25, Warren Field
After the game vs Newton North
VARSITY AWARDS CEREMONY
Wednesday, 5/25, 7:00
Players, parents, and coaches are welcome
WARRIORS GO OPPO IN WIN OVER WELLESLEY
5/18, Sprague Park • Seeking revenge for a loss in early April, the Warriors pounded out 11 hits — seven to the opposite field — in a 7-4 victory over Wellesley on Wednesday. Senior Jack Martel went the distance on the mound, striking out five and allowing only one walk, and the defense behind him was flawless. At the plate, Daniel Villa had a perfect day with three hits, a walk, and three RBIs. Martel added three hits of his own, and Eli Roffman drove in two runs.
WARRIORS RALLY LATE TO DEFEAT BOSTON LATIN ACADEMY
5/12, Garvey Park • Starting pitcher Jack Martel was overpowering on Thursday, striking out 12 over 6-1/3 innings and limiting BLA to just three hits. The Brookline bats were also quiet early in the game, until the fifth inning when Keenan Sawada sparked a rally with a leadoff bunt single down the third base line. The Warriors scored twice in that inning and twice again in the sixth on the way to a 5-1 victory. Eli Roffman led the offense with three hits and two RBIs, while Harrison Sigel had two more hits to add to his team-leading total.
WIN OVER FRAMINGHAM COMES DOWN TO THROWING STRIKES
5/9, Warren Field • The difference in this one was command of the strike zone. For the Framingham pitchers, 52% strikes and 10 walks; for Brookline's starter Connor Jernigan and reliever James Dyalchand-Ericson, an impressive 64% and one walk. As a result, the Warriors edged Framingham 8-7 on Monday despite being outhit 12-5. Matt Richardson had two hits and Avery Melton had two RBIs as the Warriors came from behind twice to earn the win.