Archive - May 21, 2013 - Sports Article
PAWTUCKET â Concrete evidence as to why Steven Wright is experiencing a downturn on the mound recently was on full display in the first inning of his latest start on Monday.
Dealing with a bases-loaded mess that came about due to a walk and two singles, Wright looked in at Indianapolisâ Jerry Sands, owner of a .168 batting average. As has been the case lately, Wright quickly fell behind, this time 2-0 to Sands.
PAWTUCKET â Pawtucketâs new third baseman came out feeling pretty good about his showing at the hot corner on Tuesday afternoon.
âIt was fun to see the game from a different angle,â smiled Jose Iglesias after the PawSox came out on top in a wild 9-8 affair against Indianapolis. âIâve never played third base in my life and it wasnât bad.â
Iglesias was making his professional debut at third after logging 313 games at shortstop between the majors and minors. His first chance came in the third inning where Iglesias one-hopped a throw to first baseman Drew Sutton. He was charged with an error.
LINCOLN â Back on April 30, Mount St. Charles Academy head coach Sean McClelland had to face crosstown rival Woonsocket without three of his top four singles players, including senior tri-captain Jack Ricci, sophomore Mike Doody and junior Travis Connolly.
The first two were out due to illness and a back injury, respectively, while Connolly missed it for what McClelland termed âa disciplinary reason.â