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THE PEABODY ADVOCATE
- Friday, April 21, 2017
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Tanners off to fast start
By Greg Phipps
T
hrough thei r f i rst f ive
games, the Peabody High
School baseball team had al-
lowed just four runs in going
5-0 to begin the 2017 sea-
son. The solid start was high-
lighted by a perfect game
pitched by junior lefthander
Alex D’Angelo, who blanked
Nor theastern Conference
(NEC) foe Revere, 6-0, last Sat-
urday at Bezemes Diamond.
“We had a plan going into
the game, and that was to
throw strikes and have [Re-
vere] put the ball in play,”
said D’Angelo, who fanned
five in his complete game ef-
fort. “We didn’t go away from
that game plan andmy team-
mates had my back on de-
fense.”
Despite D’Angelo’s domi-
nance, the game remained
close until the Tanners broke
it open with five runs in the
bottom of the sixth frame to
turn a 1-0 lead into a 6-0 ad-
vantage. Defensively, Pea-
body aided its own cause
as well when outfielder Nick
Palma made a diving catch
to take away a hit and Jake
Doherty made a nice catch-
and-tag play at first base to
prevent another hit.
“The key for Alex today is
that he pounded the strike
zone. He had trouble locat-
ing his curveball early but he
stayed with it,” said Tanners
head coachMark Bettencourt
of D’Angelo’s performance.
“Once he got control of his
curve, it drastically changed
the way he was throwing.
He kept [Revere] off balance
Peabody’s Vinny Orlando beats the throw home to score the final run in a 6-0 win over Revere
last Saturday.
(Advocate photo by Greg Phipps)
BASEBALL
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