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Lynchburg couldn’t halt its skid Wednesday night, as the Hillcats dropped both ends of a doubleheader against Potomac to move its losing streak to seven games.
Johan Camargo went 2-for-3 with an RBI in his City Stadium debut, while Jose Martinez also went 2-for-3 with an RBI, but the Hillcats dropped a 3-2 contest to the Potomac Nationals Tuesday night.
The Potomac Nationals (54-45, 16-14) coughed up a pair of leads on Tuesday night against the Winston-Salem Dash (46-56, 16-17) and fell by a count of 6-5.
The Potomac Nationals (44-37, 6-6) were blanked by the Wilmington Blue Rocks (39-43, 6-8) in a shortened series Game Two that was completed in seven innings at Frawley Stadium on Wednesday evening in 4-0 fashion.
The Potomac Nationals put up a four spot in the bottom of the third inning en route to a 5-2 win over the Salem Red Sox at Pfitzner Stadium Monday night.
The Potomac Nationals (38-31, 21-14) took their game five rubber match against the Winston-Salem Dash (30-39, 14-21) on Sunday afternoon with an 8-6 win.
The Potomac Nationals (31-27, 15-16) edged the Wilmington Blue Rocks (29-29, 16-13) by the final score of 2-1 inside the confines of Frawley Stadium in series Game Two on Wednesday evening thanks to a terrific job by the P-Nats’ pitching corps.
The Potomac Nationals (28-26, 14-11) knocked home seven runs in a wild seventh inning to defeat the Salem Red Sox (27-27, 13-13) at Pfitzner Stadium by the score of 8-1 on Saturday night.
The Potomac Nationals (27-26, 13-11) used their fifth walk-off win to defeat the Salem Red Sox (27-26, 13-12) at Pfitzner Stadium 5-4 on Friday night as DH Ryan Zimmerman made his first rehab start coming back from a broken right thumb.
The Potomac Nationals (25-23, 13-12) used 16 hits to crush the Salem Red Sox (26-23, 13-14) 10-6 in series Game Three on Sunday afternoon at Salem Memorial Ballpark.
Kevin Heller hit a two run home run in the bottom of the tenth inning to give the Salem Red Sox a 7-6 victory over the Potomac Nationals Saturday night at LewisGale Field.
In a contest that saw Lynchburg hold a pair of two-run leads, the Wilmington Blue Rocks struck last with a run in the eighth to break a 4-4 tie and prevail against the Lynchburg Hillcats, 5-4, at Calvin Falwell Field Sunday afternoon.
The Potomac Nationals (20-16, 10-8) got rocked by the Frederick Keys (17-20, 7-12) on Wednesday afternoon at Harry Grove Stadium in a matinee contest by the final score of 12-5.
The Potomac Nationals (20-15, 10-7) were shut out by the Frederick Keys (16-20, 6-12) 7-0 on Tuesday night at Harry Grove Stadium as Keys RHP Parker Bridwell flirted with the first no-hitter in the Carolina League since Aaron Northcraft (Lynchburg Hillcats) dealt a seven-inning “no-no” during the 2012 season.
The Potomac Nationals (18-13, 9-7) dropped a heartbreaker to the Myrtle Beach Pelicans (21-12, 14-4) in Game Two on Friday night in 11 innings as the Pelicans swatted four home runs after the 8th inning to earn a 7-5 triumph.
The Potomac Nationals (18-12, 9-6) were dominated by the Myrtle Beach Pelicans (20-12, 13-4) on Thursday night at Pfitzner Stadium and fell 10-4 in the series opener of four contests.
The Potomac Nationals (16-10, 9-6) crushed the Winston-Salem Dash (10-17, 5-10) in the Game Four finale at BB&T Ballpark on Sunday afternoon winning 11-3.
The Potomac Nationals (15-10, 8-6) could not rally back to beat the Winston-Salem Dash (10-16, 5-9) in Game Three on Saturday night at BB&T Ballpark after the home club scored six runs in the bottom of the 2nd inning. The Dash inevitably beat the P-Nats by the final score of 9-5.
The Potomac Nationals (12-8, 5-4) engaged the Winston-Salem Dash (6-14, 3-6) in a close contest through 7 ½ innings on Thursday night at Pfitzner Stadium before the P-Nats exploded for six runs in the bottom of the 8th inning to break a 2-2 tie which propelled the home club to an 8-2 victory.
The Potomac Nationals (11-7, 7-4) tamed the Lynchburg Hillcats (9-9, 4-6) on Monday evening in the Game Four finale winning 4-2 at Lynchburg City Stadium on Calvin Falwell Field to earn a two game lead over the Hillcats in the First-Half Carolina League Northern Division race.
An early 4-1 lead went by the wayside for the Lynchburg Hillcats today as they fell 7-5 to the Potomac Nationals in the series finale.
The Potomac Nationals (1-2, 1-2) outhit the Carolina Mudcats (2-1, 2-1) six base hits to three knocks in series Game Three on Saturday night at Five County Stadium but fell to the home club, 3-1.