Letter from the editor: A season recap and goodbyes

By: Greg Levinsky

Nearly 50 players suited up for the Falmouth Commodores across 44 regular season contests, and for a team that began the summer in the depths of the Cape League standings, the 2018 Falmouth Commodores are certainly a team to remember.  Continue reading “Letter from the editor: A season recap and goodbyes”

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Turnaround 2018 comes to a close for the Falmouth Commodores

By: Greg Levinsky

FALMOUTH – Trailing by a single run heading to the fifth inning, there was potential for yet another Falmouth Commodores come back on their home diamond at Guv Fuller Field. Unfortunately for the Commodores, the Wareham Gatemen and their league’s top offense ended their season with a five-run fifth as part of a 7-4 victory on Thursday. Continue reading “Turnaround 2018 comes to a close for the Falmouth Commodores”

Walk-off wills Commodores to semifinals sweep

By: Greg Levinsky

FALMOUTH – Coming out of the bullpen, a pair of pitchers dueled for innings on end. But when it came to the bottom of the ninth with the Falmouth Commodores pushing the Hyannis Harbor Hawks to the brink of elimination, a single swing by Cameron Cannon (Arizona) willed the Commodores to a West Division semifinals sweep. Continue reading “Walk-off wills Commodores to semifinals sweep”

Commodores take delayed playoff opener behind Stone’s top performance

By: Greg Levinsky

HYANNIS – An 0-2 record and 3.37 ERA in the regular season did not do justice to Falmouth Commodores starting pitcher Mitchell Stone’s success. The Oklahoma State rising sophomore never ceded more than three earned runs in any of his seven starts, but saved his best outing of the summer for the playoffs.  Continue reading “Commodores take delayed playoff opener behind Stone’s top performance”