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Y-D raised the league championship trophy last year. Who's next?

Playoff Time

Notes on the CCBL postseason.

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Daily Fog

Andrew Calica went 1-for-3 Sunday, finishing with a .425 batting average.

Four Hundred

Andrew Calica finished the regular season as the league’s first .400 hitter in 25 years.

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Daily Fog

J.J. Matijevic and Falmouth have found their way into the playoff race.


The playoff race will be decided on the final day of the season, thanks to late pushes by Falmouth and Harwich.

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Daily Fog

Harwich kept Chatham from clinching a playoff spot while keeping its own hopes alive.

Up in the Air

Four playoff spots remain undecided as the season nears the finish line.

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Daily Fog

Alex Call waits for a throw at second base against Cotuit earlier this week. The Firebirds clinched the East title Thursday.

Back to Normal

After missing out on three chances to clinch, Orleans won the East Division regular-season title Thursday night.

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Daily Fog

Tyson Miller struck out 11 and allowed just an unearned run as Brewster beat Orleans.

Serving Notice

For a second straight night, Brewster kept Orleans from clinching the division title.

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Daily Fog

Andrew Calica is hitting .426 and should soon qualify for the batting title.

Chasing a Title

Wareham’s Andrew Calica doesn’t yet qualify for the batting title, but if he gets there, he’s on pace to win it.

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Daily Fog

Jack Meggs knocked in the go-ahead run in the 10th as Brewster beat Falmouth Sunday.

Riding the Wave

Brewster has won four straight and owns the second-best record in the league.

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Daily Fog

Errol Robinson and Hyannis finally beat second-place Bourne.

First Time for Everything

Hyannis beat Bourne for the first time this season.

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Bobby Dalbec has eight home runs in just 17 games this summer.

Unofficial Derby

Orleans’ Bobby Dalbec hit two home runs, giving him eight on the summer. And his summer has been just 17 games long.

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