Everybody hit yesterday as the freshman baseball team won two games--the regulars routing the M.I.T. yearlings 24 to 2 at Tech, and the "B" team annihilating St. Sebastian's 17 to 2.
Lefty Hank Hamel pitched his first game of the year, keeping the hopeless Engineers completely in check for the first five innings on three hits, and weakening very slightly in the last frames. An M.I.T. attempt to keep the score under 30 succeeded as the game was called after seven innings. Bill Chauncey and Joe Conzelman led the barrage, Chauncey getting four hits.
Steve Szaraz was equally effective for the "B" team, staying ahead of the Sebastian hitters all afternoon. Francis "Bud" Ingoldsby, who got two of the Yardlings' first four hits, and Ross Shepherd led the attack.