Tag: Daniel Carroll
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.
Joe Odom’s career-high fourth hit proved to be the difference in a 2-1 victory for the Lynchburg Hillcats against the Salem Red Sox Wednesday night, as Odom hit a solo home run over the left field fence in the 14th inning at LewisGale Field.
Jose Martinez went 3-for-6 with a season-high four RBIs and three runs scored to fuel an offense that posted a season-best 13 runs on 15 hits in a 13-5 Lynchburg Hillcats victory at LewisGale Field Tuesday night.
The rain was constant tonight in Winston-Salem, but after a 40 minute delay prior to the first pitch, the Lynchburg Hillcats and Winston-Salem Dash battled through to complete nine innings in just over three hours.
Lucas Sims completed his fourth straight quality start tonight allowing three runs over seven innings in the Lynchburg Hillcats’ 6-3 win over the Frederick Keys. Despite the recent string of strong outings, it was the first win for Sims since June 26.
The Lynchburg Hillcats pounded the Frederick Keys 11-1 tonight. The first six Hillcats reached base and scored in the first inning. The 10-run victory was the largest of the season for the Hillcats surpassing a 10-1 win at Potomac back on May 20.
If a 10 run night Tuesday seemed good, a 12 run night was even better for the Salem Red Sox, who routed the Lynchburg Hillcats 12-3 at City Stadium Wednesday night.
With the tying run at third and the winning run at second base in the ninth inning, Emerson Landoni lined a baseball up the middle, but the pitcher Grant Sides slowed it down with his mitt and Yhoxian Medina made a great backhanded play behind second base to throw out Landoni and give Carolina a 4-3 victory over Lynchburg.
Will Skinner hit two home runs as part of the action at City Stadium Wednesday night to increase his team-leading total to eight, but the Lynchburg Hillcats came away with two losses when it was all said and done.
Tyler Tewell recorded the first multi-homer game of his career, going 2-for-4 with three RBIs, but Lynchburg dropped the rubbermatch against Myrtle Beach in a 9-6 slugfest at Calvin Falwell Field Monday night.
Lynchburg used a steady dose of offense to score in four of its final five at-bats, overcoming a 3-1 deficit in the process to ultimately claim a 10-7 victory over Myrtle Beach at Calvin Falwell Field Sunday night.
Lynchburg successfully executed a squeeze play in the fifth inning to thrill the crowd, as Daniel Carroll laid down a bunt while Levi Hyams sprinted toward the plate, but that marked the only run for the Hillcats in a 3-1 defeat against Winston-Salem Tuesday night at Calvin Falwell Field.
Lynchburg used four consecutive two-out hits, including three two-out RBIs by Kyle Wren, David Nick and Kevin Ahrens to break a 1-1 tie in the seventh inning and go on to a 6-3 victory over Salem at LewisGale Field Saturday night.
The Salem Red Sox beat the Lynchburg Hillcats 6-1 on Friday night at LewisGale Field, waiting through a 58 minute rain delay to get the W. Kyle Kraus got the win in relief, going four and two thirds, allowing just three hits and a run.
Fresh off the biggest comeback win of the season Sunday afternoon, the Lynchburg Hillcats (32-32) were shut out 5-0 in Myrtle Beach tonight. The Pelicans (42-20) used three pitchers to blank the Hillcats and record their fourth shutout of the year.
The Salem Red Sox scored seven runs in the first and four in the fourth, but it was not enough as Lynchburg battled back and scored three in the ninth to win 12-11.
Jose Peraza went 3-for-4 and stole his league-leading 28th base of the season, but Myrtle Beach completed a three-game sweep of the Lynchburg Hillcats with a 9-2 victory at Calvin Falwell Field Thursday night.
Daniel Carroll hit his second home run in only 12 at-bats since joining Lynchburg, but Carolina used three home runs of its own to coast to a 10-3 victory over the Hillcats Monday evening at Calvin Falwell Field.