Lynchburg battled Salem for 14 innings, 10 of which were tied, before the Red Sox used a three-run 14th to take a 6-3 lead and hold on for a 6-5 victory.
The Potomac Nationals batted around in the first, as they scored four runs in the top of the first inning on Thursday in a 5-1 victory over Myrtle Beach.
The Potomac Nationals (36-41, 3-4) sent 12 men to the plate and scored eight times in the top of the first inning on Wednesday night.
The Lynchburg Hillcats matched a season high with 16 hits to defeat Salem, 7-3, Wednesday night.
The Potomac Nationals got spectacular defense on multiple occasions on Tuesday, but the offense went nearly silent in a 4-2 loss to Myrtle Beach.
Ka’ai Tom homered two batters into the game, and Lynchburg led the rest of the way in an 8-3 victory at Salem Memorial Ballpark Tuesday night.
The Potomac Nationals took a 4-0 lead into the bottom of the ninth inning, saw the Myrtle Beach Pelicans plate three runs, but escaped with a 4-3 victory.
Sicnarf Loopstok registered his first multi-homer game since August 7, 2014, but his two solo blasts accounted for the only Lynchburg offense in a 5-2 defeat.
Lynchburg picked up a 4-1 win Sunday evening at City Stadium to complete a four-game sweep of the Frederick Keys.
The Potomac Nationals (34-40) lost its third consecutive game 7-4 to the Carolina Mudcats (39-33) on Sunday afternoon.
The Potomac Nationals (34-39) fell 3-2 to the Carolina Mudcats (38-33) on Saturday night at Pfitzner Stadium.
Lynchburg stole a season-high seven bases to help push across five runs on nine hits in a 5-2 victory at City Stadium Saturday.
What looked like a comeback win for the Potomac Nationals turned into a come from behind 11-6 victory for the Carolina Mudcats
The Potomac Nationals (34-37) opened up the second half of the season with a 5-3 win over the Carolina Mudcats (36-33) on Thursday.
Shane Bieber tied a career high with 11 strikeouts and only allowed four baserunners over a career-high eight innings as part of a 3-0 Hillcats victory.
A Marcell Ozuna RBI single completed a big Miami comeback in an 8-7 win over the Washington Nationals on Monday.
After hitting a franchise-record six home runs Saturday night, the Hillcats belted four Sunday afternoon.
Despite erasing a five-run deficit, the Potomac Nationals (33-37) fell in the final game of the first half 11-10 to the Carolina Mudcats (36-32).
Lynchburg hit a franchise-record six home runs to defeat Frederick, 12-5, and pull within a half-game of first place.
After just two outs on Friday night, the Potomac Nationals (33-36) and Carolina Mudcats (35-32) had a game suspended.
The Potomac Nationals (32-35) emerged victorious over the Carolina Mudcats (34-31) in the first matchup between the teams in 2017.
Brock Hartson retired the first 13 Keys hitters he faced at Nymeo Field Thursday night.
The Potomac Nationals (31-35) earned a series victory with a 4-2 win against the Buies Creek Astros (35-31) on Wednesday night at Pfitzner Stadium.
A.J. Puckett held Lynchburg to two hits in 6 1/3 innings to set the table for a 9-0 Wilmington victory at City Stadium Wednesday night.
Virginia junior left-handed pitcher Bennett Sousa (North Palm Beach, Fla.) was selected by the Washington Nationals Wednesday.
The Potomac Nationals (30-35) fell 5-1 to the Buies Creek Astros (35-30) on Tuesday night at Pfitzner Stadium.
Lynchburg split a doubleheader with Wilmington, winning 5-2 before falling 2-1 at City Stadium Tuesday night.
Aaron Civale held Wilmington to two earned baserunners in eight innings on his 22nd birthday in an 8-1 Hillcats win.
Thanks to a season high eight-run inning, the Potomac Nationals (30-34) picked up their third straight victory.
Sicnarf Loopstok’s two-run, opposite-field homer capped off a four-batter stretch in the third inning in which all four Hillcats registered a hit and scored to send Lynchburg to a 5-2 victory.
With a five-run third inning, the Potomac Nationals (29-34) earned a 5-2 victory over the Down East Wood Ducks (22-40).
The Potomac Nationals (28-34) scored six unanswered runs over the final five frames to defeat the Down East Wood Ducks (22-39) 8-1.
For the second straight game, Lynchburg used a late-inning two-run homer to come from behind and defeat Frederick.
A night after a 10-0 shutout victory, the Potomac Nationals (27-34) failed to plate a run in a 1-0 loss to the Down East Wood Ducks (22-38).
Willi Castro’s eighth-inning homer turned a 3-2 deficit into a 4-3 victory over the Frederick Keys at City Stadium Friday night.
A return back home and a series vs. the lowest scoring offense in the Carolina League proved to be the remedy for the Potomac Nationals.
Triston McKenzie matched his career high with seven innings and struck out 13 batters in the process to help lead Lynchburg to a 7-1 victory.
Jodd Carter and Willi Castro both homered in the third inning to help Lynchburg take a 3-1 lead, but Salem came back for a 5-3 win.
Salem scored seven unanswered runs over the middle three innings to take a 7-1 lead and hold on for a 7-3 win over Lynchburg.
The Potomac Nationals (26-33) fell for the fourth straight game, as an eighth inning rally by the Frederick Keys (29-29) wrapped up a four-game sweep.
The Potomac Nationals (26-32) came up short twice, as the Frederick Keys earned a doubleheader sweep Monday night.