“Don’t let them get hot” has been the monicar for the Sea Unicorns so far this season. When things are good in the Rose City baseball wise, they tend to stay good. 

Norwich is riding the coattails of back-to-back mercy victories and a four-game win streak, most recently with last nights 6-1 victory over the Starfires. 

After a shaky start to the season in the pitching department, The Sea Unicorns staff has allowed just 16 hits in the last four games. A stark difference to the first game of the season when 12 hits were surrendered in one game. 

Tuesday’s performance was a clear example that those days seem to be behind the squad. Clark Gilmore made his first weekday start for Norwich striking out three, allowing no runs. He was relieved after four innings by newcomer Charlie Costello. 

The Sacred Heart hurler went two deep for the win and would give up the Starfires only run of the game; A solo shot that at the time tied the game. 

Costello was then relieved by Christo Garrelts and Ethan Errera who both chucked hitless innings. 

The offense to no one’s surprise continues to show its dominance. Out of nine batters, every man recorded a hit with the exception of Zyons, who contributed with two RBI’s. 

As the bat’s remain hot, Norwich has outscored their opponents during the streak 33-4 all on 34 hits. 

With the summer officially starting today, The Sea Unicorns are tied for third with New Britain. The Rose City team looks to make it five straight as they welcome the Brockton Rox with Jared Burrows on the mound.