The 2014 New Bedford Bay Sox (11-31) season came to an end Sunday afternoon after a loss to the Ocean State Waves. Despite the 11-0 loss, Bay Sox players still enjoyed their last game together. A couple of New Bedford pitchers took some at bats and still had some fun.

The Waves scored early and often, starting their onslaught in the 2nd inning with a two RBI double from the bat of T.J. Lynch and an RBI single from Alec Diamond.

Ocean State tacked on three more in the 6th and two more in the 7th, when Robby Rinn opened the frame with a solo homerun. Lynch would also come around to score in the inning on an error by Devin Perry, one of three errors by the Bay Sox.

Three more runs would cross in the 8th for the Waves who looked great in their final game before the playoffs.

The New Bedford offense only produced four hits and four walks over nine innings. Bay Sox starter Tim Superko lasted only three innings and came away with the loss.

Robert Plohr earned the win for the Waves after throwing six strong innings giving up only two hits and four walks with one strike out.

New Bedford will resume play in 2015 with a revamped ball club and new game day operation.