Monthly Archives: February 2016

Head Coach Tom Frizzell

Team Dinner, Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Directions to the:

The Enterprise Club
224 Clinton Street   Brockton, MA 02302  6:00 – 8:30 pm

Coming From Massasoit CC:

Take Route 27 and simply go straight (The entrance to the school is on your left.) You will go by a number of fast food restaurants. Keep going straight until you have to bear to the right. The Post Office is on your right and there is a set of lights. Go straight until you come to the next set of lights. (City Hall is directly across from you.) At these lights take a left onto Montello Street (Route 28). At the third set of lights take a left onto Grove Street. Go over the bridge and take your first right, this is Clinton Street. The Enterprise Club is located at the very end of Clinton Street, on your left.

Coming From Fall River or Braintree:

Exit Route 24 at the Route 123 Brockton exit. Follow Route 123 into the center of Brockton. When you reach Main Street, you can only go right or left. TAKE A RIGHT AT THESE LIGHTS. You will go through a set of lights just before the Brockton Public Library. Stay on Main Street until you come to a set of lights. (Here you will see a Walgreen’s Drug Store on your right) TAKE A LEFT AT THIS SET OF LIGHTS. This is Perkins Avenue. You’ll immediately come to another set of lights. Go straight through this set of lights. As you go over the bridge,TAKE A QUICK LEFT, this is Clinton Street. (The Enterprise Club is located right on the corner of Perkins Avenue and Clinton Street.)
If you get lost, call Coach Frizzell (508-942-2034)



Change in Site for future Practices!

Due to major electrical problems at the College, the Warriors will be practicing at the Glenn Tufts Baseball Training and Development Center in West Bridgewater. Practices for Saturdays will begin at 4:30 pm – 7:00 pm and Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm for the immediate future.

Justin Martinho

Ramping up practices…

The pitching staff is rounding into shape as the Warriors find themselves 27 days away for heading down to Vero Beach, Florida. The staff has moved up to 80 pitch sets with impressive results. The sophomore pitchers, Mike Nader, Zach Reid, Jake Stearns, Scott Anderson and Liam Richmond are working hard to set an example for their freshman counterparts. They know how different college baseball is from high school baseball. You don’t have the luxury of eating the 7,8, and 9 batters alive. Most college nine hole hitters were in the top five spots of their high school lineup. At this level you have to earn every out you record. These sophomore hurlers feel they have a lot to prove and so far their hard work in the off-season appears to be paying off.

Coach McDermott is working tirelessly with the hitters. Batters had the opportunity to swing against live pitching on Wednesday. This will help them adjust a little quicker when we take the field in March.Fundamentals like bunting and hitting behind the runner are being stressed repeatedly so that if there is a run to be had, we can try and take advantage of the opportunity.