The Olean Oilers is a summer wood bat developmental baseball team playing in the New York Collegiate Baseball League (NYCBL).
Oneonta’s power pitching provided the punch to knock the Oilers out of the playoffs as their four pitchers combined for 15 Ks.
Olean broke out for 4 runs in the fourth inning on four hits and a costly error to stay alive against Oneonta winning 6-4.
The Oilers could only muster 4 hits off of Luke Crumley and Jacob Cryts, dropping game one, 9-2. Game two will be in Olean Friday at 4PM.
The Olean Oilers knock out the Syracuse JR Chiefs and now face the Oneonta Outlaws in a best-of-three playoff. Max Beerman pitched 7 1/3 innings of 6-hit ball while Joe Chittester had 2 hits and 2 RBI to power Olean.
The Oilers dropped both games of the doubleheader scoring just 5 runs combined in the 2 games, losing 4-2 and 4-3.
The Oilers lost their fifth straight game, this time losing 5-2 to the Ridgemen from Rochester.
The Olean Oilers lost their fourth straight game and second straight to Geneva, 12-3. The loss drops them to fourth place in the division.
Olean drops second straight to Wellville, 9-2.
The Olean Oilers baseball team is owned by the Olean Local Development Corporation (OLDC) which is a 501 (c)(3) organization and all donations are tax deductible.