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Bulldogs' pitching looking sharp

Three opponents up, three down for the Batavia baseball team.

The Bulldogs are off to a great start thanks to some excellent performances on the bump in the season's early going.

That's the most encouraging thing about Batavia's start, the way the 'Dogs are getting it done: with lights-out pitching.

Batavia coach Matt Holm said before the season that the Bulldogs need to start pitching like the elite teams in the Upstate Eight Conference if they expect to be one of those teams, and so far, so good. Starters, relievers ... everyone's getting it done.

Even better, Batavia is swinging the bats well, to boot. Guys like Eustace, Coffey and Zwick are plenty capable of giving the Bulldogs' pitchers the support they need.

Needless to say there's a long, long way to go this season, but the Bulldogs are looking very much like a team to be reckoned with.

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