Six-Run Rally in First Inning Sparks Chatham Baseball to Win at Hanover Park; Delsandro 3 RBI, Stamford 7 Strikeouts

Chatham leadoff batter Sean Lee scores one of his three runs vs. Hanover Park on Wednesday Credits: Lisa Stamford
Second baseman Clay Delsandro drive in three runs for the Cougars Credits: Lisa Stamford
Andrew Bergman looks for the ball as he crosses the plate for Chatham Credits: Lisa Stamford
Chatham pitcher Matt Stamford is congratulated for his six strong innings on the mound Credits: Lisa Stamford
Matt Stamford delivers to the plate for Chatham Credits: Lisa Stamford
Matt Stamford struck out seven in six innings of work for Chatham vs. Hanover Park Credits: Lisa Stamford
Peter DeMaria follows through with a swing for Chatham Credits: Lisa Stamford

EAST HANOVER, NJ - Clay Delsandro hit a two-run single to key a six-run rally in the top of the first inning and Matt Stamford pitched six strong innings in Chatham's 12-4 baseball victory over Hanover Park on Wednesday.

Second baseman Delsandro finished the game with three hits and three RBI for Chatham (4-2), which received three runs scored from leadoff batter Sean Lee.

Senior left-hander Stamford (1-1) limited Hanover Park (2-2) to three hits and four unearned runs in his six innings, striking out seven. Nick Saluzzi came on the pitch a clean seventh inning for Chatham.

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