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Reds Deal Chiefs a 7-2 Defeat

Posted by Chiefs Baseball at Jun 19, 2006 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Watertown- For the second time in two weeks, righthander Aram Manoukian held the Chiefs at bay for much of the night as the Watertown Reds beat the Chiefs 7-2 last night at Victory Field.

Chiefs starter Mike Coppinger (1-2) pitched fairly well, going five and one third innings before yielding to relievers Dean Corsi and Connor Bishop.

Watertown took a 3-0 lead in the second on singles by Matt McEvoy and Lee Jamieson sandwiched around a passed ball and a couple of infield errors. It went to 6-0 Reds in the fifth when three walks and a single to former Chief Brian Shapiro and a double to John Lynch (Villanova) accounted for three more Reds runs.

The Chiefs closed the gap to four runs in the sixth when Rich Monteclavo walked and Jeff DeCarlo beat out a bunt. Brian Macrina then hit a grounder to short that was thrown high to first allowing Montecalvo to score. After a pop up, Mike Andre plated DeCarlo to make it a 6-2 game. The Reds picked up another run in the sixth off of Corsi to make it 7-2 before Bishop worked out of a bases loaded jam.

The Chiefs went quietly in the seventh.

The Chiefs are right back in action tonight (Tuesday) when they host the Wakefield Merchants at Playstead Park at 6:00 PM.

Chiefs Smoke Signals....The Chiefs have a well rested staff with all of the recent rain and were undecided on a starter for Tuesday's game.Possible candidates could include Mike Lanciani, Mike Chandler, Connor Bishop or Mark Blake.....The Chiefs got a scare in the third inning when second baseman Doug Heald and centerfielder Brian Macrina collided in shallow center trying to run down a looper of the bat of Lee Jamieson. Both appeared okay although Macrina was experiencing some stiffness to the knee....A couple of Chiefs rookies saw their first ICL action against the Reds as Jeff DeCarlo and catcher Anthony Weiner both made their initial appearances of the season.... 

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Posted by Chiefs Baseball at Jun 18, 2006 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

1989-2018

REGULAR SEASON                    NON LEAGUE        PLAYOFFS          OVERALL
Year    W -L -T         Pts      Fin               W-L-T                      W-L-T                W- L -T
2018    13-15-0    26      6th                0-0-0                         1-2-0                 14-17-0
2017    22- 6-0           44      1st                 0-0-0                         2-3-0                24- 9-0
2016    20- 7- 1    40      1st   0-0-0     3-5-0      23-12-1  
2015    21- 9- 0          42      3rd                0-0-0                         3-4-0                 24-13-0
2014    23- 7- 0          46      1st                 0-0-0                         5-3-0                 28-10-0 *         
2013    24- 6- 0          48      1st                 0-0-0                         5-3-0                 29-  9-0
2012    23- 7- 2          48      2nd                1-0-0                         6-2-0                 30-  9-2 *
2011    18-13-1          37      3rd                 0-0-0                         7-6-0                 25-19-2
2010    19- 9- 3          41      2nd                1-0-0                         0-3-0                 20-12-3
2009    16-11-3          35      2nd                2-0-0                         4-4-0                 22-15-3
2008    17- 8-6           40      4th                 3-1-0                         0-2-0                 20-10-6
2007     9-18-5           23      7th                 2-1-0                         0-0-0                 11-19-5
2006     7-20-1           15      7th                 2-0-0                         0-0-0                   9-20-1
2003   14- 8-5            33      2nd                0-0-0                         0-3-0                  14-11-5
2002   17-10-2           36      4th                 1-1-0                         3-4-0                  21-15-3
2001   20-  9-1           41      1st                  1-1-0                        3-4-1                   24-14-1
2000   21-  6-3           45      1st                  1-0-0                        2-3-0                   24-  9-3
1999   15-13- 2          32      4th                 1-1-0                         1-2-0                  17-16-2
1998   21-  8-3           45      3rd                 0-0-0                        0-2-0                   21-10-3
1997   28-  2-3           59      1st                  0-0-0                        7-4-0                   35- 6-3 *
1996   19-11-3           41      2nd                 0-0-0                        2-3-0                  21-14-3
1995   26-  4-3           55      1st                  0-0-0                        7-2-0                   33- 6-3 *
1994   22-  7-4           48      1st                  1-0-0                        0-3-0                   23-10-4
1993   20-10-2           42      4th                  6-5-0                       5-4-0                    31-19-2
1992   25-  3-4           54      1st                  4-3-0                       7-2-0                    36-  9-4 *
1991   18-11-3           39      2nd                 8-3-0                       5-6-0                    31-20-1
1990   16-10-3           35      3rd                 5-2-0                        7-5-1                    28-17-6 *
1989   15-15-4           34      4th                 6-1-0                        0-1-0                    21-15-4

Total  529-262-67      1,125                            45-19-0                         85-83-2                    659-365-69

 

*- Intercity League Champions

                        

 

 

 

Melrose-Thursday night's scheduled ICL game between the Chiefs and the Gately A's, slated for Morelli Field at 8:00 PM, was washed out due to wet grounds.

The Americans-Cassell Club contest that was to be played at Playstead Park at 6:00 PM was also postponed.

Isolated heavy rain showers continued to hit the Greater Boston area until early afternoon and coupled with yesterday's rain it was more than the local fields could handle.

The Chiefs are off on Friday and will next play at Lexington High School against the Blue Sox on Saturday night at 7:30 PM in the first round of the Jeri DeAngelis Memorial Tournament.

Thursday's postponement was the fifth of the year for the Chiefs and their second in two nights as Wednesday's game at Cassell was also rained out.

The Chiefs pitching rotation has again been thrown into chaos. They are expected to send either Mike DiCato, (UMass-Amherst, Winthrop, MA) who was scheduled to start against Gately, or Mike Coppinger (Merrimack, Medway, MA) to the hill against Lexington. -More soon
Medford- Righty Aram Manoukian threw five and one third innings of no hit baseball and rookie catcher Danny Chaisson of UMass Lowell belted a three run homer as the Reds jumped all over the young Chiefs 9-1 at Playstead Park on Tuesday evening.

Manoukian was dominant and took a no-no into the the bottom of the sixth when Doug Heald (Tewksbury, MA, Merrimack) broke up his bid with a clean single to center.

Manoukian easily set the Chiefs down and the closest the locals came to a hit in the first five innings was in the second when first baseman John Lynch (Villanova University) made a spectacular grab of a laser off the bat of Mike Andre that was earmarked for the right field corner.

The Reds roughed up three Chiefs pitchers for nine runs, including starter Mike Chandler (3 IP, 2 R, 2H) who departed after three innings with some minor arm stiffness.

Chaisson delivered the big blow of the night, a three run shot to left in the fifth, off reliver Matt Phlean.  Mark Blake, in his first appearance of the season, worked the sixth and seventh for the Chiefs alllowing a run and couple of hits.

The Chiefs averted the shutout in the seventh against Reds reliever Brad Kittle (Framingham St.) on hits from Justin Crisafulli and Chandler and a RBI single from pinch hitter Jimmy Buldini.

With the win ,Watertown goes to 3-1 on the year while the Chiefs fall to 2-3-1.

Former Malden Catholic all-scholastic and present UMass-Amherst righty Mike DiCato will make the first start of his ICL career on Wednesday night when the Chiefs travel to Trum Field in Somerville to take on the Cassell Club at 7:00 PM.

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Passing of Ray Barnes and Harold Landers

Posted by Chiefs Baseball at Jun 12, 2006 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
Ray Barnes and Harold Landers, fathers of Chiefs Hall of Famers Mike Barnes and Hank Landers, have recently passed away.

Both Mr. Barnes and Mr. Landers were fixtures at Chiefs games throughout the 1980's and 1990's.

The Chiefs organization sends its condolences to both Mike and Hank and their families.

These great Chiefs fans will be missed.