After taking the first two games, the Potomac Nationals dropped the final game of a three-game series with the Down East Wood Ducks, 6-2.
Frederick claimed the lead for a fourth time in the ninth inning and held on for a 4-3 victory over the Hillcats at City Stadium.
The Potomac Nationals (44-56) beat the Down East Wood Ducks (38-63) for the second straight night by a final score of 7-3.
The Potomac Nationals (43-56) won a wild game over the Down East Wood Ducks (38-62) 11-9 in 11 innings on Monday.
Lynchburg rallied from a 6-5 deficit in Saturday’s suspended game to win 8-6, but the Hillcats couldn’t complete the four-game sweep.
All three of Lynchburg’s runs occurred with two outs to build a 3-0 lead through five innings, and the Hillcats held on for a 3-2 victory.
Jodd Carter hit a two-run homer on his 21st birthday, and Sam Haggerty had the first five-hit game by a Hillcat this year.
The Potomac Nationals (41-53) used two three-run frames to defeat the Wilmington Blue Rocks (53-43) 7-3.
Shane Bieber struck out five in six shutout innings to help the Hillcats blank Winston-Salem in the nightcap of a doubleheader, 5-0.
The Potomac Nationals (40-53) could not overcome a four-run Wilmington Blue Rocks (53-42) first inning and lost 6-4 on Monday.
The Potomac Nationals dropped the first game of a three-game series with a 2-1, 11-inning loss to the Wilmington Blue Rocks.
Winston-Salem used a four-run ninth to break a 5-5 tie and hang on for a 9-7 victory over the Hillcats in the series opener at City Stadium.
Triston McKenzie carried a no-hitter through six innings, and Lynchburg broke the game open with a five-run fifth.
A run in the first inning snapped a 31-inning scoreless drought in Potomac’s 3-2 win over the Salem Red Sox.
In a repeat of the previous two nights, the Salem Red Sox (54-37, 14-8) shut out the Potomac Nationals (39-51, 6-14).
For the third straight night, Wilmington claimed a victory over the Hillcats in the final inning of play.
For the second consecutive night, the Salem Red Sox (53-37, 13-8) kept the Potomac Nationals (39-50, 6-13) off the scoreboard.
After entering the series with a perfect 37-0 record when leading after eight, Wilmington spoiled a ninth-inning Hillcats lead for the second straight night.
Wilmington rallied to tie the game in the ninth inning and ultimately defeated the Hillcats 5-4 on a wild pitch in the 13th inning.
The Potomac Nationals (39-49, 6-12) managed just four hits in a 6-0 shutout loss to the Salem Red Sox (52-37, 12-8) Wednesday night.
Daniel Salters belted a two-run homer to right field to cap off a six-run barrage by the Hillcats in an 8-2 victory in 10 innings at Salem.
The Potomac Nationals (39-48) dropped the final game of a four-game series with the Wilmington Blue Rocks (48-41) with a 7-3 loss on Monday.
Gavin Collins hit his first Advanced-A home run and drove in all of the Hillcats runs for a career-high four RBIs.
For the second time in three days, the Wilmington Blue Rocks (47-41, 8-10) held the Potomac Nationals (39-47, 6-10) to just one run.
Dedgar Jimenez tossed eight scoreless innings before Stephen Nogosek earned his third save of the season in a 3-0 shutout of the Hillcats.
The Potomac Nationals (39-46) used a spectacular start from LHP Grant Borne (W, 4-3) to beat the Wilmington Blue Rocks (46-41) on Saturday night.
The Potomac Nationals fell 6-1 to the Wilmington Blue Rocks on Friday.
Jorma Rodriguez went 2-3 with a double and three RBIs in his first start as a Hillcat to help Lynchburg to a 5-4 win.
Lynchburg failed to win the series against Wilmington on Thursday night at City Stadium, dropping a 6-2 contest after a 39-minute rain delay.
A.J. Puckett retired 20 batters in a row at one point, and the Hillcats only mustered four total hits Wednesday evening in a 6-2 defeat.
Dan Gamache ended a July 4th celebration for the Potomac Nationals with a walk-off two-run home run in the bottom of the ninth.
Triston McKenzie struck out 11 while walking none in seven innings to give Lynchburg a 7-1 win.
The Potomac Nationals (37-45) were swept in a four-game series with the Buies Creek Astros (45-37) after a 6-0 loss on Monday night.
Aaron Civale allowed four baserunners while striking out eight in seven innings to lead the way for Lynchburg in a 3-0 shutout against Frederick.
Lynchburg used three unearned runs in the ninth inning to claim a 6-4 victory.
A late game-tying rally wasn’t enough for the Potomac Nationals (37-44, 4-7), as they fell 3-2 to the Buies Creek Astros (44-37, 7-4).
Despite outhitting their opponent, the Potomac Nationals (37-43, 4-6) dropped a second consecutive game at Jim Perry Field.
Lynchburg scored two runs in the top of the 10th to take a 7-5 lead, but Shane Hoelscher hit a grand slam in the home half to give Frederick a 9-7 victory.
The P-Nats will give away Ode to Tommy John Surgery statues to the first 1,250 fans who enter Pfitzner Stadium on July 8.
Brock Hartson matched a career high with seven shutout innings, and Paul Hendrix retired all six batters he faced to complete a 5-0 Hillcats victory.
The Potomac Nationals gave up two unearned runs in the bottom of the first, and fell 2-1 to the Buies Creek Astros.