Pair of Unbeatens Remain in Berkshire Adult Baseball League

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Cornerstone and the Adams Aces won their games this weekend to stay unbeaten in the Berkshire Adult Baseball League.
Cornerstone (4-0) leads the 20-year-old league after taking a pair of games.
Cornerstone took a pair of games from the Great Barrington Millers over the weekend.
First, Jeff Field hit a grand slam in the seventh inning to help break open a close game that ended up a 10-3 Cornerstone win. Isaiah Provencher earned the win on the mound, striking out eight.
In Game 2, Cornerstone went ahead, 6-1, after two innings en route to a 9-2 win. Field homered twice and drove in eight runs in the win. Tanner Bird homered in a two-hit day.
The Adams Aces stayed a game up in the 35-year-old league with a 16-1 win over the Dalton Moneymakers.
Adams (4-0) scored 11 times in the fifth inning as Pete Greenbush went 2-for-2 at the plate, and Mike Delsoldato added a pair of hits and three RBIs.
Greenbush upped his batting average this season to .909, going 10-for-11 in Adams' four games.
Corey Hillard went the distance on the mound for the Aces, allowing three hits and no earned runs.
20-year-old league: 1. Cornerstone (4-0); 2. BBA (2-1); 3. Housatonic (1-2) and Lenox (1-2); 5. GB Millers (1-4).
35-year-old league: 1. Adams Aces (4-0); 2. Thunder (4-1); 3. Bandits (3-2); 4. Tunnel City (2-2); 5. Dalton (2-3); 6. Spiders (1-4); 7. Gremlins (0-4).
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Baseball in the Berkshires Opens New Exhibit Friday in Pittsfield

PITTSFIELD, Mass. -- "Take Me out to the Ballgame! The Road to October," presented by Baseball in the Berkshires: A County's Common Bond, features baseball players with roots in Berkshire County who have experienced the Major League Baseball’s postseason.
There are 38 MLB players who were born or settled in Berkshire County. Come find out how many made it to the post season during the opening reception Friday, Oct. 4, from 5 to 8 p.m., during First Fridays Artswalk. There will also be a tools-of-the trade workshop beginning at 5, including the history of the baseball and the history of baseball gloves.
This exhibit is presented by Baseball in the Berkshires and will feature many of the artifacts in the organization’s collection. Baseball in the Berkshires: A County’s Common Bond is a non-profit organization whose mission is to bring the residents and friends of Berkshire County together to assist in telling the story of Baseball in the Berkshires. The organization delivers programming that will highlight the cultural and historical part of Baseball in the Berkshires while also offering educational programming to all age groups.
Grampie’s Dog House will be selling hot dogs. Popcorn and other baseball-themed refreshments will also be served during the opening reception. The Road to October will be on display through Friday, Nov. 22. Gallery hours are Wednesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. or by appointment. 
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