The Stoneham Sabers have three games left, before they start their playoff campaign. They are currently sitting in the 3 seed, as they have games in hand on the Black Sox.
Danny Lumb is greeted by his teammates after throwing a 5 inning no-hitter on Wednesday night.
Joey Carroll throws a no-hitter for the Sabers! This was the second no-hitter in Sabers' history. Former Saber Chris Dion threw one back in 2013.
Carroll tossed 7 shutout innings of no hit baseball, while striking out 7 Barons.
Player/Manager Angelo Colucci said, "Joey was great all game. He kept his composure, especially in the last inning when he needed it most. It is awesome to be a part of a no-hitter and all of the guys enjoyed it. It was a great way to finish off the weekend."
The team celebrating Carroll's no hitter.
The Sabers came back from almost a two week break heitus on Sunday, but could not hold the lead as the McKay Club came from behind to defeat the Sabers.
Newcomer Matt Consigli has been hot all year and is a big addition to the Saber's lineup. Player/Manager Angelo Coucci said, "I used to practice with Matt, when I was a freshman in college and he was a senior in high school. We both hit with Dave Valdez in Medford. It is crazy that 12 years later we are able to finally compete on the same team. It is a pleasure to have him and I love playing ball with Matt."
Kenny Luongo got back on the mound on Sunday afternoon and tossed two shutout innings. Luongo has been a great addition to the Saber's lineup and will be more integrated into the Saber's pitching staff moving forward.