The pitching was excellent and the hitting was outstanding, resulting in a spectacular Senior Day for Greenwich High School’s baseball team on Wednesday.
Senior right-hander Tommy Healey allowed just one run on two hits in four-plus innings for Greenwich, which pounded out 10 hits in its 11-1 Senor Day win over visiting Stamford.
Healey pitched 4 2/3 innings for the Cardinals, who won the game in five innings due to the 10-run rule.
A senior captain, Healey struck out six batters to earn the win. Sophomore Tommy Passamano retired the game’s final batter for the Cardinals (9-10).
At the plate, the Cardinals were paced by numerous players. Senior captain/shortstop Tyler Cusimano went 2 for 3 with two runs scored, senior third baseman/captain Justin Zych had two hits, two runs scored and one RBI and senior outfielder/captain Ryan Perez had one hit, two runs scored and two RBIs for Greenwich. The Cards broke the game open by scoring six runs in the third inning.
Sophomore first baseman John McHugh was 2 for 2 with three RBI and Healey helped his own cause with one hit and one run scored. Senior center fielder James Babb delivered one hit and drove in three runs in the winning effort.
Senior designated hitter Aidan Rosario connected for a hit and two RBIs for Greenwich, which received doubles from Perez, Babb and Zych in the squad’s Senior Day triumph.
Greenwich visits Staples on Tuesday, then hosts Brien McMahon on Thursday to close out its regular season.