The Crosscutters erased an early 1-0 deficit en-route to a 7-3 win against the Auburn Doubledays on Friday night at Falcon Park.
Williamsport received six scoreless innings from starter Mitch Gueller as the Cutters beat Auburn 5-3 Thursday night.
The Crosscutters dropped an early back and fourth game against Mahoning Valley 8-6 on Wednesday night.
The Crosscutters fell to Mahoning Valley 10-5 on Tuesday night. Andrew Amaro went 2 for 5 picking up his first Two professional RBI.
The Williamsport Crosscutters tied a season high for runs scored against the Mahoning Valley Scrappers on Monday night picking up a 10-4 win at Eastwood Field.
Luke Leftwich (above) pitched four strong innings helping the Cutters win the series finale with Vermont 7-4.
Crosscutters ninth inning rally falls just short as they drop game two of the series with Vermont 4-3.
Mitch Gueller (above) struck out five batters in five innings on the way to the Cutters 6-3 win over Vermont.
Mark Laird (above) had two hits and two RBIs but it wasn't enough as the Cutters drop the series finale to Lowell 5-2.
Jesus Posso (above) hit his third home run of the season but it wasn't enough as the Cutters fell to Lowell 10-7.
Gregori Rivero (above) hit a two run home run in the bottom of the 6th inning breaking a 4-4 tie in the Cutters 6-5 win over Lowell.
The Crosscutters offense ran into some good pitching in the series finale as they dropped a 4-2 decision against Aberdeen.
Zach Coppola extended his hitting streak to eight games to lead the Cutters to a 5-1 win against Aberdeen.
The Williamsport Crosscutters picked up their second consecutive win on Friday night with a 4-2 win against the Aberdeen IronBirds.
The Williamsport Crosscutters snapped a three game losing streak Thursday night with an 8-3 win against Hudson Valley.
The Williamsport Crosscutters suffered their third consecutive loss Wednesday night coming up short 5-3 against Hudson Valley.
The Crosscutters suffered just their second extra inning loss of the season coming up short 7-6 against the Hudson Valley Renegades in 12 innings on Tuesday night.
From his days at O'Fallon High School until his senior year at the University of Pennsylvania, academics has been the top priority for Austin Bossart. The game of baseball was the add-in bonus.
Josh Tobias (above) went three for four but it wasn't enough for the Cutters as Mahoning Valley takes the final game of the home stand 12-4 on Monday night.
Luke Leftwich (above) threw five scoreless innings on his way to his first professional win Sunday night when the Cutters defeated Mahoning Valley 1-0.