Segel did his best to jumpstart the offense for Rockport Townies, reaching base three times. He singled in the first inning.
James Parisi was a workhorse on the mound while bagging the win for Rockport Townies. Parisi allowed two earned runs, three hits and three walks while striking out three over seven innings of work.
A bright spot for the Beverly Giants in the defeat was Levesque, who allowed only three runs while striking out five.
Levesque couldn't get it done on the hill for the Beverly Giants, taking a loss.
Rockport Townies jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the top of the third. Rockport Townies got things going when Reese Fulmer singled. A stolen base then moved Fulmer from first to second. Jay Fulmer singled, bringing home Fulmer.
After a quick strike from Rockport Townies, the Beverly Giants responded with one run in the third. The Beverly Giants scored on an RBI double by Kevin Harutunian.
Founded in 1929, The Intertown Twilight League is the oldest active amateur baseball league in the country, and is recognized by the National Baseball Hall of Fame as such. The league consists of teams from Beverly, Hamilton, Ipswich, Manchester, Rockport, Rowley, & Topsfield to make up the league. Most of the players are college or former college/high school players; a few have had professional experience. Please join us this and every summer for some of the best baseball around! We hope to see you there!