Tag: Fisher Cats
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (70-54) swept a doubleheader from the New Hampshire Fisher Cats (59-65)on Thursday night at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels’ (68-54) troubles followed them to New England, where they dropped the opener of a three-game series, 8-2, to the New Hampshire Fisher Cats (59-63) at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium on Tuesday night.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (68-53) used four hurlers to blank the Portland Sea Dogs, 6-0, at The Diamond on Sundayafternoon.
Left-hander Jack Snodgrass followed his toughest outing as a Squirrel with arguably his finest, throwing just the second nine-inning complete-game shutout in Richmond franchise history.
Left-hander Adalberto Mejia led the Richmond Flying Squirrels (39-28) to a second straight shutout of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats (28-40), 2-0, in front of 7,644 at The Diamond on Sunday afternoon.
Left-hander Kelvin Marte was sensational over 7 1/3 innings, leading the Richmond Flying Squirrels (38-28) to a, 1-0, shutout victory over the New Hampshire Fisher Cats (28-39) in front of 8,583 at The Diamond on Saturday night.
The road-weary Richmond Flying Squirrels (37-28) endured a nearly two-hour rain delay before falling, 6-3, to the New Hampshire Fisher Cats (28-39) in front of 7,098 at The Diamond on Friday night.
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