West Roxbury at English at West Roxbury field, 3:30 pm Tuesday
English’s Nelson Barreiro said that West Roxbury would be his squad’s biggest competition in their quest to a second straight city championship.
The No. 1 pitcher for English is starting against the Raiders this Tuesday so he will have his chance to make a statement.
West Roxbury has also been on a hot streak, winning five of its last six games. That one other game was a tie – to English.
Boston International at East Boston, 3:30 pm Thursday
Boston International lost its last game to East Boston, 7-1. The game was apart of their current three-game losing streak.
Winning a game against East Boston, which currently controls the top spot of the Central division, will be a great way to pick up momentum before the city tournament.
O’Bryant at Madison Park, 4 p.m., Friday
While both of these teams are off to slow starts of the season, one always has to highlight a rivalry game.
Both coaches will look to improve their defenses as they go further in the season. They both currently give up more runs then they score.
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