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Players of the Week
Keegan Foreman was the Green Monster Player of the Game on June 23 against Andover.
Keegan is seven years old and is in his second year with the Green Monsters. Keegan’s coaches know they can count on him for two things. One he never misses a practice or a game. Two, his coaches can count on him to play any position. Coach Errin says he is an “Ironman,” sounds like a great new knickname Keegan!
Keegan earned player of the game against Andover for his great defensive play at pitchers mound. He made a great stop on a hard hit ball and threw the runner out at first base. Keegan also did a great job as catcher and has been improving in this position each week. During the game he also had some solid at bats and knocked in a RBI.
Keegan has a lot of energy and enthusiasm that makes him a fun player to watch. He is developing into a very solid player that the Green Monsters can count on. Great job Keegan!
Jaiden Williams was the Green Monster Player of the Game on June 26 against UMA.
Jaiden is seven years old and is in his second season with the Green Monsters. Jaiden has struggled all season with his batting, but you would never have known it in Sunday’s game. All of a sudden he found his timing and bam! Jaiden connected with four really strong hits each and every time he was at the plate.
He ended up with two singles, a double and four RBI’s. We hope that he has found his stride and will continue his hitting streak the rest of the season. Jaiden also gave a solid performance in the field making sure to hit his cutoff man when he got the ball. Jaiden is a lot of fun to have on the team and always does what his coaches ask of him. We hope he comes back next year and brings his little brother Treven with him. Great job Jaiden!
Curtis Errington was the Green Monster Player of the Game on June 27 against UMPI.
Curtis is seven years old and is in his second year with the Green Monsters. Curtis is one of those players that has natural athletic ability. He has a great looking swing and can outrun anyone on the team, especially when the threat of pushups are mentioned!
In Monday’s game, Curtis earned player of the game for his great offensive performance. He ended up with four hits in four at bats and drove in two RBIs. The previous night, Curtis struggled with his timing so it was great to see him break right out of that mini-slump with a vengeance.
Curtis has moved into playing some infield this year and does a great job wherever his coaches put him. Curtis you are growing into a future baseball star and will be one of the anchors of the team next year. Way to go Curtis!