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(Malden, MA)-The Chiefs got two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to tie the game up at 5-5, then used a leadoff walk-off homer from veteran Teddy Dziuba in the eighth to beat the Lexington Blue Sox 6-5 at Maplewood.

Lefty Tim Dunphy (2-0) picked up the win with three innings of one-hit scoreless relief spelling starter Cal Carroll, who worked the first five frames.

Jacob Deziel and Ryan Noone had three hits apiece and John Bapista added two doubles to lead the Chiefs offense. Chris Rassias and Jesnel Soto recorded two hits each for the Blue Sox.

Starter Robbie Cobb (3 innings), Jake Vesling (2 innings), Borja Jones-Berasaluce (6th inning), Manny Delcarmen (7th inning) and Gavin Dauer (0-1), who took the loss in the eighth, all worked for Lexington.

The now 3-3 Chiefs are off until Monday when they will host the Middlesex Expos at 8:00 PM.

Maddogs Hold OFF Chiefs, 6-4

Posted by Chiefs Baseball at Jun 9, 2022 4:51AM PDT

(Malden, MA) The Malden Maddogs jumped pot to a 6-1 fifth inning lead and then held off a late inning comeback to knock off the Andre Chiefs 6-4 at Maplewood. It was the only game on the ICL schedule. Derek Bauer had a solo homer, single, and scored two runs to lead the Malden offense. Mario Fusco added a triple and two RBI and Lawrence Tang chipped in with two hits and an RBI. Teddy Dziuba (3-4, 2 RBI) and Andrew Caulfield (2-4, double, RBI) paced the Chiefs at the plate who outhit the Maddogs 8-6. Ryne Rametta (1-0) went four innings to grab the win while Brian Pelrine recorded his second save. Tommy Leone (0-1) worked the first three innings for the Chiefs and took the loss.

On Wednesday, the Reading Bulldogs visit the Melrose Americans at Morelli Field at 7:30 PM and the Chiefs host the Lexington Blue Sox at Maplewood at 8:00 PM.

(Malsden, MA)- Christian Rosati made his Chiefs’ debut a winning one, going five innings, to lead the club to a 13-2 win over the Melrose Americans on Monday night at Maplewood.

Ryan Noone (3-4, 2 doubles, 4 RBI) and Teddy Dziuba (2-4, 3 RBI) combined to drive in seven runs to pace the Chiefs’ offense. The duo had plenty of support as leadoff man Juan Parra (3-4, 2 RBI) and Nick Valdario both had multiple hit games for the Chiefs.

Bobby Losanno, Gianni Zarelli, Jackson Stanton and Adam Barry each had two hits for the Americans.

Rosati (1-0), gave up five hits in his stint and struck out five. Gabriel Valdez worked the final two frames and had four K’s.

Melrose starter Ronnie Luke (0-1) took the loss.

The Chiefs are back in action on Tuesday at 8:00 PM at Maplewood when they meet the Malden Maddogs.


Courtesy of Bruce Hack
(Lexington, MA) The Chiefs sent veteran pitcher Tim Dunphy to the mound and he led his teammates to a 5-3 win over the Middlesex Expos on Saturday afternoon at Lexington High. The southpaw pitched 6 1/3 innings, giving up 7 hits, 3 runs, walked one and struck out eight. He retired six straight and 8 of 9 batters in the third through fifth innings.

The Chiefs jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the top of the first. With two outs Andrew Caulfield and Ryan Noone each walked and Joe Bova was hit by a pitch to load the bases. Caulfield scored on a wild pitch and Kyle DeRoma’s double drove in Noone and Bova for the 3-0 lead.

In the second the Chiefs added two more runs. Christian Rosatti was walked with one out and scored on an RBI single by Juan Parra. After a walk to Teddy Dziuba and a strikeout Noone singled to scored Parra for a 5-0 lead.

The Expos started chipping away at the lead in the bottom of the second. Eduardo Colemenares doubled with one out and scored on a two-out single by Amulfo Gonzalez to make it 5-1 Chiefs.

Middlesex cut the lead by 5-3 in the bottom of the fifth on RBI singles by Dionys Quezada in the third, driving in Tom Muizulis, and the fifth that scored Jose Paulino.

Roland Mendez came in in relief in the second inning for Middlesex and held the Chiefs to two hits with five strikeouts, giving his teammates a chance to comeback. Mendez set down the final 11 batters he faced, including the side in order in the fourth through sixth innings.

For the Chiefs it was their eighth straight win on Day of Baseball, all as the road team. This was the Expos first game on the Day of Baseball.

The Chiefs are back in action when they host the Melrose Americans at Maplewood at 8:00 PM.