Archive - Jul 16, 2011
PAWTUCKET â The second and final game of Carl Crawfordâs rehab assignment with the Pawtucket Red Sox left much to be desired.
An 0-for-3 showing at the plate and no action in left field in the PawSoxâs 11-8 loss to the Durham Bulls on Saturday at McCoy Stadium wasnât the evening Crawford envisioned before rejoining the Boston Red Sox. Nonetheless, the left fielder departed Pawtucket with at least one reason for optimism: a healthy left hamstring.
EAST PROVIDENCE â So, you woke up this morning and asked your spouse, âHoney, what should we do today?â He or she just replied, âDon't know. What're you up for?â
You started reading this and found your answer â the 31st edition of the East Providence Heritage Festival.
No pressure, but perhaps you should follow the advice of numerous folks who chose to attend âOpening Nightâ at the Pierce Athletic Complex on Friday.
PAWTUCKET â Call it âtough love,â Parks and Recreation-style.
Fed up with complaints about litter and vandalism at some of the local recreational areas, city officials have taken to shutting off access temporarily as a warning to offenders to clean up their act.
Most recently, city workers placed a padlock on the gate to the basketball courts at the Thomas J. Duffy Sports Complex on Cleveland Street along with a sign saying that the complex was closed due to problems with litter and vandalism.
PAWTUCKET â The fans came to see Carl Crawford and went home talking about Ryan Lavarnway.
Crawford, in his first of two rehab games with Pawtucket, reached base in all three of his at-bats during Pawtucketâs 3-2 win over Durham on Friday night. He blooped a single over the second basemanâs head in the first, walked in the third, and reached on a fielderâs choice in the fifth, scoring one batter later when Lavarnway crushed a home run down the left field line that cleared everything, bouncing around in the parking lot as the crowd collectively murmured âWho is this guy?â
BURRILLVILLE â Down by four runs and staring at a bases-loaded jam with no outs in the bottom of the second inning, Cumberland American showed the heart of a champion and staged a marvelous comeback that landed the ballclub the District IV Major Division title.
Connor Mastin and Stephen Dugas each bashed a pair of home runs and Max Hanuschak delivered five superb innings of relief to help CALL win a 12-6 slugfest with neighboring rival Lincoln on Friday night before a packed house at Sherman Park.