|South Jersey Baseball History:
Wednesday, June 6, 2001
By Charlie Schick
Dateline is a diary of South Jersey baseball that highlights area players, games, events, and outstanding accomplishments in the past history of the great game of baseball. The June dates and facts listed below are taken from the manuscript entitled "A Day's Walk Through South Jersey Baseball."
|South Jersey Baseball:
Riversharks Bats Were Silent Against Nashua
Monday, June 4, 2001
By Jerome Michaels
The sound of a wooden bat connecting to a fastball could be heard at Camden Waterfront in Southern New Jersey, not at Veteran Stadium. With baseball being played at Campbell's Field, the Camden Riversharks were going for two straight against the Nashua Pride. Yesterday, Camden came away with a 4-1 victory to bring their record to .500 baseball. Marty Janzen started the game for the Pride and kept the Riversharks off the scoreboard to capture the win for Nausha 8-2.
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