Tag: Binghamton Mets
The Flying Squirrels (27-48) were swept away by the B-Mets on Sunday afternoon in a 7-2 defeat at NYSEG Stadium.
The Flying Squirrels lost a 2-1 lead in the seventh inning and had their comeback efforts fall short in a 4-3 defeat against the B-Mets on Saturday.
The B-Mets forced Squirrels starting pitcher Kyle Crick to exit in the first inning and managed to hold on for a 7-6 win over Richmond.
The Binghamton Mets (28-30) dodged a series sweep on Thursday as they defeated the surging Squirrels 3-1 at The Diamond.
Flying Squirrels hurler Dan Slania tossed 5 2/3 scoreless innings and also drove in a pair of runs on Tuesday as the Squirrels downed Binghamton.
The Flying Squirrels (15-31) turned in their third consecutive win on Thursday morning with a 4-1 victory over the B-Mets (18-27).
Andrew Suarez hurled seven innings to pace the Squirrels (14-31) to a 11-2 rout over Binghamton on Wednesday.
Richmond lefty Adalberto Mejia earned his first win of the season on Tuesday as the Squirrels (13-31) blanked Binghamton 3-0 (18-25).
Richmond (12-31) opened up an eight-game road trip on Monday night with a difficult, 2-1 walkoff loss at NYSEG Stadium.
Lefty Matt Lujan tossed five scoreless innings and provided the winning run with a double at the plate to lead the Richmond Flying Squirrels (61-61) through a doubleheader split on Wednesday night at NYSEG Stadium.
Solo home runs from Engel Beltre and Devin Harris backed another sturdy bullpen performance in a 2-0 Flying Squirrels (55-52) win over Binghamton (59-48) on Sunday afternoon at The Diamond.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (54-52) struggled with runners on base in a frustrating 6-5 loss to the B-Mets on Saturday night in front of 8,007 fans at The Diamond.
An already overtaxed Richmond bullpen was able to cover eight innings of relief to snap the Flying Squirrels six game losing streak with a 6-1 win on Friday night against the Mets.
The B-Mets unloaded with eight runs over the final three innings against the Richmond Flying Squirrels in a 11-3 victory in the series opener on Thursday night at The Diamond.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (11-19) earned a, 2-1, 10-inning walk-off win over the Binghamton Mets (19-14) on Wednesday afternoon at The Diamond.
The Binghamton Mets (18-13) downed the Richmond Flying Squirrels (10-19), 4-1, in front of pro-wrestling legend Diamond Dallas Page and 4,301 fans at The Diamond on Tuesday night. The B-Mets evened the three-game series to create a rubber-game scenario in the series-finale on Wednesday.
Meeting for the first time since the 2014 ELCS, the Richmond Flying Squirrels (10-18) prevailed, 4-3, over the Binghamton Mets (18-13) in a well-fought ballgame on Monday night at The Diamond. The victory was Richmond’s seventh in its last eight ballgames.
The Binghamton Mets (3-0) claimed their first Eastern League title in 20 years with a walk-off, 2-1, win over the Richmond Flying Squirrels (0-3) on Friday night at NYSEG Stadium.
The Binghamton Mets (2-0) took a commanding two-games-to-none lead over the Richmond Flying Squirrels (0-2) in the best-of-five ELCS with a, 5-1, win at The Diamond on Wednesday night.
The Binghamton Mets (1-0) handled the Richmond Flying Squirrels (0-1), 5-2, in game one of the Eastern League Championship Series on Tuesday night at The Diamond.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (79-63) rolled over the Binghamton Mets (83-59), 12-4, in their final regular season game on Monday afternoon at The Diamond.
Lefty Ty Blach and centerfielder Elliott Blair keyed a, 1-0, win for the Richmond Flying Squirrels (78-63) over the Binghamton Mets (83-58) at The Diamond on Sunday afternoon.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (77-63) set a new franchise record for wins in a season with a wild, 7-6, walk-off win over the Binghamton Mets (83-57) in front of 8,864 at The Diamond on Saturday night.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (76-63) defeated the Binghamton Mets (83-56), 2-1, in front of 6,889 at The Diamond on Friday night. With the win, and an Akron loss to Erie, the Squirrels claimed their first-ever regular season Western Division title.
In one of the most unique walk-off losses in franchise history, the Richmond Flying Squirrels (75-63) fell to the Altoona Curve (59-79), 3-2, at Peoples Natural Gas Field on Thursday night.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels have announced that in appreciation of the tremendous support they have received from their fans during their run to the playoffs, and throughout their fifth season in Richmond, they have doubled the amount of fireworks they will launch during the final regular season fireworks extravaganza of the year on Saturday, August 30.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (72-59) broke out the bats in a big way, pounding the New Britain Rock Cats (65-65), 10-1, to snap a five-game slide on Thursday night at The Diamond.
The Binghamton Mets (70-47) brushed aside the Richmond Flying Squirrels (66-52), 3-0, at The Diamond on Thursday night to sweep a three-game series and send the Squirrels to their eighth consecutive loss – a franchise record.
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