Tag: Brenden Webb
The Potomac Nationals (72-55, 34-24) were buried by the Frederick Keys (60-68, 28-33) 6-0 in their final 2014 regular season home game at Pfitzner Stadium on Monday evening in front of a crowd of 3,458.
Daniel Carroll scored the only run for Lynchburg on a night that saw the Frederick pitching staff hold the Hillcats to two hits offensively, as Lynchburg dropped its second straight contest to the Keys, 6-1.
Blake Brown and Tyler Tewell each had two-run homers, and Johan Camargo recorded three hits and three runs in his Advanced-A debut, but Frederick scored seven runs over their final three at-bats to defeat the Hillcats, 8-7, at Harry Grove Stadium Friday night.
A pitchers duel took a turn in favor of the Lynchburg Hillcats in the eighth inning today. The Lynchburg Hillcats batted around the order, scored five runs to break a 2-2 tie, and went on to beat the Frederick Keys 8-3.
The Salem Red Sox put the tying run on first in the ninth inning, but Jesse Beal got two groundouts for the save and persevered the Keys 4-2 victory Friday night.
The Frederick Keys scored early and often with all five runs coming in the first three frames, on the way to a 5-3 victory over the Salem Red Sox at LewisGale Field Thursday night.
The Salem Red Sox survived a furious Keys rally in the eight to stay one ahead, eventually taking the series opener 8-5 from Frederick.
For the second time in the series, Mike Yastrzemski broke a tie game late. The Frederick Keys turned a 3-0 deficit after five into a 5-3 lead after eight and a half, thanks in part to a double by Yaz in the ninth, on the way to a 5-4 victory over the Salem Red Sox.
The Salem Red Sox scored five runs after the sixth innings to get within a run, but fell 9-8 to the Frederick Keys at LewisGale Field on Monday night.
Kevin Ahrens’ solo home run in the fourth inning gave Lynchburg a 3-1 lead, but the Keys scored the final five runs of the contest to claim a 6-3 victory in the rubbermatch against the Lynchburg Hillcats Sunday evening at Calvin Falwell Field.
For a second straight night, rain cut the Salem Red Sox and Frederick Keys game short, this time a 6-2 Sox win stopped just before the start of the bottom of the eight inning.
The Frederick Keys used a eight run second inning to beat the Salem Red Sox 9-7 at Harry Grove Stadium.
The Salem Red Sox scored three runs in the seventh and one in the eight to beat the Frederick Keys 6-4 at LewisGale Field Tuesday night.