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(Waltham, MA) Teddy Dziuba (pictured) had two hits, including a double, and drove home two runs to lead the Chiefs past the Middlesex Expos 5-4 at Brandeis University on Thursday night.
The Chiefs erased a 3-1 Expos lead when they scored four times in the top of the fifth inning on the way to their third straight win.
Andrew Caulfield stayed hot at the plate and added a couple of hits while Juan Parra and Ryan Noone both had RBI’s for the Chiefs.
Paul Frisoli chalked up the win with four innings of six strikeout, two-hit relief. Frisoli (1-0) came on for Chiefs’ starter Cal Carroll who worked the first three innings and gave up only one hit.
The Chiefs are off for the weekend and return to action on Monday when the meet the Expos in a rematch at Maplewood starting at 8:00 PM.
(Malden, MA) Veteran southpaw Tim Dunphy tossed a neat complete game three-hitter when the Chiefs knocked off the Reading Bulldogs 3-1 at Maplewood on Wednesday night.
Andrew Caulfield (RBI) and John Baptista led the Chiefs at the plate with two hits each Nick Valdario had an RBI triple and Tyler Ferdinand added a double to contribute to the nine hit offense.
The Chiefs broke a 1-1 tie and scored twice in the bottom of the fifth inning to secure their second straight win.
Dunphy struck out two and didn’t walk a batter. He upped his record to 4-2 on the season. It was his 58th career win in a Chiefs’ uniform. He trails only Dave Marsters (99 wins) and Jared Freni (71 wins) on the Chiefs all-time pitching win list.
Aidan Vining (0-2) took the loss for Reading despite striking out eight in his 4.1 innings.
The Chiefs are back in action tonight (Thursday) when they travel to Waltham to face the Middlesex Expos at Brandeis University at 8:15 PM.
(Malden, MA) Lefty Evan Walsh (2-0) struck out eight and allowed just three hits in his five innings to get the Chiefs past the Malden Maddogs 13-2 at Maplewood.
The Chiefs put this one away early when they took an 8-0 lead in the second inning. Andrew Caulfield let the way with three hits and three RBI’s. Kyle DeRoma added three hits while Juan Parra, Nick Valdario, and John Baptista all added two hits. Braden Killens had two hits, that included a double and RBI, for Malden.
On Wednesday, the Chiefs host the Bulldogs at Maplewood at 8:00 PM.
(Malden, MA) The Reading Bulldogs got three run homers from Ryan Boyle in the first inning and Matthew Favazzo in the seventh when they rallied to beat the Chiefs 9-7 at Maplewood on Monday night.
Reliever Jay Masci (1-0) picked up the win and Will Seward recorded his second save of the season. Juan Parra had two hits and scored three times for the Chiefs.The Malden Maddogs and Chiefs play at Maplewood on Tuesday at 8:00 PM.
(Lexington, MA) Veteran lefty Tim Dunphy went the distance, striking out 10, when the Chiefs beat the Reading Bulldogs 10-1 in Lexington on Thursday night.
John Baptista led the Chiefs with four RBI’s including a homer.
The Chiefs broke open a 3-1 affair when they scored seven times in the top of the seventh inning.
Kyle DeRoma had three RBI’s and Ryan Noone added two hits and a couple of RBI’s for the winners.
Joe Cacciatore and Patrick Solomon each had two hits for the Bulldogs. Dunphy (3-2) scattered seven hits.
The Chiefs are off until Monday when they will play a rematch against the Bulldogs at Maplewood at 8:00 PM.