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White Sox show savvy on the mound

Braintree team that finished 22-2 is tourney-bound

Thanks to standouts such as (above from left) Ryan Morgan, Roger Hill, Frank Curreri (named league MVP), and (at left) CJ Hillyer (named Pitcher of the Year), the Braintree White Sox took the Cranberry League title and are in the regionals. Thanks to standouts such as (above from left) Ryan Morgan, Roger Hill, Frank Curreri (named league MVP), and (at left) CJ Hillyer (named Pitcher of the Year), the Braintree White Sox took the Cranberry League title and are in the regionals. (Photos By Tom Herde for The Boston Globe)
By Patrick McHugh
July 25, 2010

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Any baseball manager will tell you there is no such thing as having too much pitching. The only managers who would object to this are the 10 managers in the Cranberry League who had to face the Braintree White Sox this season. They will tell you the White Sox more pitching than they cared to face. (Full article: 925 words)

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