NORWICH – It was all the Norwich Pony League team when they hosted Sidney on June 27, winning with yet another dominating performance, winning 10-0.
Norwich would successfully clinch a playoff berth with the win, riding on the back of their pitcher Mike Trevisani, and his defense behind him backing him up.
“Mike Trevisani threw a perfect game, that is the rarest feat in baseball. The best thing about a perfect game is that along with the pitcher doing his job, he needs to have the defense back him up and they did that. We just came together tonight defensively,” said Norwich head coach Nick McCullough.
Trevisani would indeed record the perfect game against Sidney, throwing the entire seven inning game, while striking out 16-Sidney batters, allowing no walks, no hits, and therefore no runs en route to Norwich's 10-0 beat down of Sidney.
“I tip my hat to Mike and the defense,” said McCullough. “My entire career, Mike Trevisani's perfect game was the most dominate I have ever witnessed. From little league, to high school, to college and now coaching, it was great.”