APOLOGY TO SALEM SLUGGERS
Perhaps, it was because I got lost in the area’s best-kept secret, the Salem High pitching staff.
I mean, the Blue Devils may have only gone 7-14, but don’t blame the pitchers. For a team that gave up 102 runs, Salem had a very respectable 3.30 ERA.
The problem was I forgot to add the Blue Devils’ hitters to our final leaders on offense. And I do apologize.
Here’s a look at the Salem offensive leaders per category.
Player H AB AVG.
Joe Lemenager 21 69 .304
Jake White 17 58 .293
Dom Gigante 18 62 .290
Dan Morin 16 63 .254
Joe Lemenager 21
Dan Morin 13
Runs Batted In
Dom Gigante 17
Jake White 13
TALKING TITLEIST SATURDAY MORNING
Team Titleist’s golf ball experts and golf club fitters will be at the Stow Acres range in Stow, Saturday morning from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
They’ll be looking to help you improve your golf game, by showing off Titleist’s newest equipment lines.
You must reserve your spots, whether it’s for a fitting or to catch a video or to work with wedges or drivers. Call the pro shop at 978-568-1100.
HUGE TURNOUT AT HALL
If ever there was a reason to visit Canton, Oh., it would be this summer’s Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremonies. Upwards of 130 NFL Hall of Famers are scheduled to take part in the festivities for what is being billed as the Golden Anniversary enshrinement, the first weekend in August.
Those being enshrined are: Larry Allen, Cris Carter, Curley Culp, Jonathan Ogden, Bill Parcells, Dave Robinson and Warren Sapp.
COME ON, PATS FANS
This Aaron Hernandez fiasco will truly sting the Patriots, even if he and his buddies allegedly destroyed any possible evidence linking him to the recent North Attleboro murder.
I’m watching and hearing New England media types come out and say they had no idea about Hernandez’ alleged ties to gangs and his questionable choice of friends.