Rams offense explodes, scores at least nine in four straight games

Robert Higgins makes a throw in a game against Plymouth State. The Rams fell to the Panthers by a final score of 14-9. Photo courtesy of fsurams.com

Framingham State had a high-scoring week, totaling 41 runs in four games.

Friday’s game against Dean College was a 12-10 win, as both teams combined for 18 hits, with only four errors.

Kyle Pileski went 2-for-5 with three RBIs, while Robert Higgins also had three RBIs and went 4-for-7. Both Pileski and Higgins belted homeruns in the win. Kennedy Wilson went 2-for-2, with two RBIs.

Dean’s Conor Callery also hit a homerun, which brought in three runs in the fourth for the Boomers.

Alex Erwin pitched the first four innings for the Rams, allowing five hits, six runs and five walks, while striking out three. Mike Andrews relieved him to get the win, while allowing four hits, three runs and striking out three.

Blake Waters and Michael Raymond closed the game, pitching one inning each, allowing a combined two hits and one walk, while striking out two.

This win for the Rams moves them 2-0 in the league and 11-9 overall.

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The Rams split a pair against MCLA on Saturday, losing game one 12-10, but shutting out the Trailblazers 10-0 in the second game.

Al Wallach pitched 2.1 innings, allowing for nine hits, 10 runs and a walk. He took the loss. Chris Riga relieved Wallach, allowing one run, but was unable to record an out.

Josh Jezouit pitched the remainder of the game, allowing just one run to score, as he struck out three.

Manny Powers’ two homeruns and double to left combined for six RBIs. Matthew Brockett’s two bases loaded walks in the first and seventh innings each brought in one, giving him 2 RBIs for the game.

The Rams totaled nine hits, 14 walks, seven strikeouts and were left on base 13 times.

The Trailblazers totaled 10 RBIs, with Bill Pulasky leading the team with three, while three other players had two each.

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The Rams split a pair against MCLA on Saturday, losing game one 12-10, but shutting out the Trailblazers 10-0 in the second game.

Al Wallach pitched 2.1 innings, allowing for nine hits, 10 runs and a walk. He took the loss. Chris Riga relieved Wallach, allowing one run, but was unable to record an out.

Josh Jezouit pitched the remainder of the game, allowing just one run to score, as he struck out three.

Manny Powers’ two homeruns and double to left combined for six RBIs. Matthew Brockett’s two bases loaded walks in the first and seventh innings each brought in one, giving him 2 RBIs for the game.

The Rams totaled nine hits, 14 walks, seven strikeouts and were left on base 13 times.

The Trailblazers totaled 10 RBIs, with Bill Pulasky leading the team with three, while three other players had two each.

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A 14-9 loss against Plymouth State brought the team to a .522 overall win percentage so far on the season.

The FSU offense totaled 10 hits with six RBIs, two each from Wardwell and Aaron Williams, and one from both Powers and Higgins.

Striking out 17 times and leaving 10 stranded, the Rams struggled offensively against the Panthers.

Plymouth State’s Jarek Krajewski totaled four RBIs off of his two hits in the game, contributing to the teams 13 total RBIs.

Mitch Sytulek and Nate Frederick’s homeruns combined to score three runs back to back in the fifth and sixth innings.

Framingham’s Kyle Hodgson pitched seven innings and allowed for 12 hits, and nine runs, while striking out 10. Michael Raymond closed the game for the Rams and allowed for three runs to score, while walking three and striking out two.

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