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Tag: Salem Red Sox
For the second straight night, the Salem Sox would not be denied! With eight straight wins and a two-game sweep of Myrtle Beach in the books, the Southern Division Champs now set their sights on the Potomac Nationals in the Mills Cup Championship Series.
The Salem Red Sox found a way to win again! After both starting pitchers had departed following brilliant performances, the Red Sox scored the first run of the series in the bottom of the tenth, using Cody Koback’s infield single and the ensuing throwing error from Drew Robinson to bring home Matty Johnson, giving the Sox an incredible 1-0, 10-inning triumph and igniting a raucous celebration at LewisGale Field.
The Lynchburg Hillcats plated two runs in the ninth and got the go-ahead run to the plate but could not complete the comeback, losing 4-3 to the Salem Red Sox Monday at LewisGale Field inside Salem Memorial Ballpark.
The Lynchburg Hillcats were downed in the continuation of a suspended game, 2-1, before losing 3-0 in a complete game Sunday at LewisGale Field inside Salem Memorial Ballpark.
It did not take long for Salem to prove that there would be no letdown after Thursday’s exciting clincher. The first six Red Sox hitters reached in first inning, sparking a five-run frame that give Salem an quick cushion in an 8-2 triumph on Friday night.
For the first time since 2009, the Salem Sox are headed to the Carolina League playoffs to battle for the Mills Cup. Salem trounced Frederick 10-1 on Thursday night to clinch the second half title in the Southern Division, capping an amazing stretch of baseball that has seen the Sox win 21 of their last 29.
While Salem’s five-game winning streak was snapped by a 3-1 loss in Wednesday’s opener, the Sox swiped a 1-0 walk-off win in nine innings in the nightcap, with David Chester singling home Carson Blair to ignite the victory celebration.
The Salem Sox simply found a way to win on Monday night, shrinking their magic number to two and positioning themselves to clinch their first playoff berth since 2009 on Wednesday evening at LewisGale Field.
One day after prevailing 4-2 in 12 innings, the Salem Red Sox again snuck past the Mudcats 6-5, scoring the winning run in the top of the ninth inning to win their fourth straight game.
Matty Johnson smacked a two-run double in the top of the 12th to give the Sox a 4-2 lead, and Nate Striz stranded the tying runners on base in the bottom of the inning to give the Salem Sox an extra innings victory over the Mudcats on Saturday night at Five County Stadium.
Behind a legendary performance from Mookie Betts, the Salem Red Sox erased an early 3-0 deficit and scored 18 times in the final five innings to smash the Pelicans 18-5 in Friday’s series finale.
The Red Sox bats backed up Luis Diaz in his Carolina League debut, as Salem registered a season-high 18 hits to roll past the Pelicans 10-3 on Thursday night in Myrtle Beach.
The trio of Alec Asher, Tyler Smith, and Michael Zouzalik stymied the Salem Red Sox on Wednesday evening, combining for a three-hit shutout in Myrtle Beach’s 5-0 victory.
The middle of Salem’s lineup produced early and often, helping the Sox rout the Mudcats 9-2 on Monday night at LewisGale Field.
After Salem dropped game one, Mike McCarthy dazzled in his spot start in game two, helping the Sox split Sunday’s twin-bill at LewisGale Field. Carolina controlled the opener and rolled 7-1, but Salem responded with a 3-1 victory in the nightcap to remain ahead of the Mudcats in the race for the final playoff spot in the Southern Division.