Three hurlers combined on a four-hit shutout as the Richmond Flying Squirrels (18-18) blanked the Harrisburg Senators, 4-0, on Monday night at Metro Bank Park. The win returned the Squirrels to .500 as they pitched their fourth shutout of the season.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (17-18) let one slip through their fingertips, dropping the finale of a four-game set, 2-1, to the Altoona Curve on Sunday afternoon at Peoples Natural Gas Field. The Curve plated the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning courtesy of a walk and a defensive error. Altoona also grabbed the series, taking three-of-four from the Squirrels as Richmond’s road record dropped to 5-12.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (17-17) and Altoona Curve (15-21) split a double header at Peoples Natural Gas Field in front of 4,604 on Saturday night. The Squirrels grabbed the opener, 5-0, and the Curve responded in the second game, 5-3.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (16-16) were done in by three defensive errors and five unearned runs as they fell to the Altoona Curve, 9-8, in a wild series opener in front of 2,250 at Peoples Natural Gas Field on Thursday night. The game featured seven lead changes, 17 total runs and 27 total hits. The three errors charged to the Squirrels were the difference, and the only miscues for either team.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (16-15) prevailed over the Bowie Baysox (13-17), 6-3, in a ballgame played through light rain at The Diamond on Monday night. The win marked the third straight victory for the Squirrels as they pulled back over the .500 mark.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (15-15) rolled behind their ace right-hander Justin Fitzgerald to a, 5-1, victory over the Trenton Thunder (16-14) in front of 6,105 on Paul Keyes day at The Diamond on Sunday afternoon. The win netted the Squirrels the three-game series as they improved to 11-6 at home on the year. The Squirrels wore black and gold jerseys to honor the memory of Keyes, the legendary head coach of VCU baseball.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (14-15) posted a season-high 15 runs to shell the Trenton Thunder (16-13), 15-8, in front of 6,762 at The Diamond on Saturday night. The win was the first for the Squirrels against the Thunder this season after dropping the first five meetings of the year between the two clubs.
The Trenton Thunder (16-12) claimed the opener of a three-game series from the Richmond Flying Squirrels (13-15), 3-1, in front of 6,804 on Friday night at The Diamond. With the victory, the Thunder remained unbeaten by the Squirrels this season, having won the first five meetings between the two clubs.
The Bowie Baysox salvaged the finale of a three-game series, defeating the Richmond Flying Squirrels (13-14), 7-2, on Thursday afternoon at Prince George’s Stadium. The Squirrels took two-of-three from Bowie, and finish their road trip with a record of 3-3.
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