The Boulders won their first game in the short series against the Garden State Grays at Provident Bank Park. By the end of the game the Boulders had 10 runs, winning over the Grays’ 4. On Saturday, the second and final game the Boulders won in walk-off fashions 6-5. The Rockland team plays again Tuesday night 5:00 in New Jersey, where they will face the Jackals.
The Boulders lost their final game in the series against the Kansas City T-Bones 11-7 last night, making this their third loss in a row. The Boulders will play the Garden State Grays tonight at Provident Bank Park at 7:00. You can listen to the game live at WRCR 1300 AM or online at wrcr.com.
And the Boulders were victorious in their final two games against the Sussex Miners on Wednesday night. After Tuesday’s game was rained out the teams played two seven-innings games yesterday. In the first game pitcher Alex Gouin led the Boulders a 6-0 win over the New Jersey team, and in the second Mike Denhardt took over the role, giving up zero runs, and leading the Boulders to a 4-0 win. The Rockland team now travels to Ottawa for a three-game series against the Champions starting tonight at 7:00.
The Boulders played their remaining three games in the four game home series against the Shikoku Island League Japanese All Stars this weekend. On Friday the Boulders won 10-2, and on Saturday despite the fog and wet weather they won again 7-2. On Sunday with thousands of fans attending the Father’s Day festivities at Provident Bank Park, the Boulders won 2-1, winning the series against the international team. Tonight the Boulders remain home to play the Sussex Miners in a three game series starting at 7:00 PM. You can listen live here on wrcr.com or on the dial at 1300 AM!
The Boulders began their first international showcase last night against the Shikoku Island League Japanese Allstars, winning 14-3. Both teams will play their second out of four games tonight at 7:00. You can listen to the game live at WRCR 1300 AM or online at wrcr.com.
The Rockland Boulders finished up their away series against Les Quebec Capitales over the weekend. On Friday after an incredibly close game with both teams tied in the ninth inning and the Boulders fighting for the chance to extend the game or break into the lead, Quebec came out on top 4-3. On Saturday the Boulders held the lead with 1-0 until the bottom of the sixth inning when the Capitales tied up the game. Fortunately the Boulders broke their losing streak, beating the Capitales 2-1. Sadly their luck didn’t last, and on Sunday the Boulders lost the final game to Quebec 3-2. The Boulders continue their travels with a three-game away series against the Ottawa Champions starting tonight at 7:05.
The Boulders started their first away game series of the new season, traveling to New Jersey to face off against the Jackals on Friday. Unfortunately for the Boulders, they lost Friday night’s game 3-1. On Saturday Rockland got their groove back, beating the Jackals 9-1. And the rain on Sunday didn’t stop the two teams, though the game was shortened to five innings, the Boulders won the third game 6-3. They play again tonight at 7:00 in New Jersey.
The Rockland Boulders played their fourth and final game in the series against the Ottawa Champions Thursday night. By the middle of the fourth inning the Champions had scored ten runs while the Boulders attempted to keep up, ending the game with Ottawa winning 10-8. The Boulders will head to New Jersey tonight to play the Jackals in their first away game of the season. You can listen live here on wrcr.com or on the radio at WRCR 1300 AM.
The Rockland Boulders played their third game against the Ottawa Champions on Wednesday morning at Provident Bank Park, where they hosted students for the anti-bullying day. The Boulders scored the first run in the second inning and lead the game 5-0 until the fifth inning when they brought the score up to 6-0. In the sixth inning Ottawa scored their first run and the game ended in the ninth inning with the Boulders winning 6-5. Both teams play again tonight at Provident Bank Park at 7:00 PM. You can listen live online at wrcr.com or on the radio at 1300 AM.
The Boulders won all but one of their games since opening day on Thursday. In the second game of the four game series against the Trois-Rivieres Aigles on Friday the Boulders won 6-4, and on Saturday 11-7. On Sunday in the series finale the Boulders lost to the Aigles 12-5. But on Monday in the first game of the double header against the Ottowa Champions, the Boulders won 17-6 and did it again, beating the Champions 13-4 in the second game. Both teams return to Provident Bank Park for a day game at 10:30 AM tomorrow. You can listen to the game live at WRCR 1300 AM or online at wrcr.com.