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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