Frederick scored 10 unanswered runs over the final five frames to win the rubber match with the Hillcats, 13-5, at City Stadium Wednesday.
The Salem Red Sox fell in walk-off fashion to the Lynchburg Hillcats, 5-3 in 10 innings at Calvin Falwell Field Monday afternoon.
Yu-Cheng Chang’s solo home run off the videoboard in left field in the seventh inning broke a 4-4 tie and propelled the Hillcats to a 5-4 victory.
Nick Basto hit a three-run homer with one out in the fourth, and Winston-Salem stifled the Hillcats offense to salvage the finale, 4-1.
Home runs by Austin Wynns and T.J. Olesczuk on consecutive pitches in the fourth inning turned a 2-0 Hillcats advantage into a 3-2 deficit.
Lynchburg recorded its ninth straight victory to improve to a Minor League-best 13-3 overall to begin the year.
The Lynchburg Hillcats extended their winning streak to eight games with a 5-0 win to open up the four-game homestand against the Frederick Keys.
Julian Merryweather set the table for a combined shutout by the Hillcats pitching staff, as Lynchburg swept Potomac with a 7-0 win.
Greg Allen and Mark Mathias each hit two doubles to lead the Hillcats offensive attack to a 9-6 victory at Pfitzner Stadium Monday night.
Trailing 5-1 with two innings to go, Lynchburg surged ahead with five runs in the eighth and added two more in the ninth to claim an 8-6 victory.
Bobby Bradley and Mike Papi each homered in the fourth inning, but five early runs for Potomac held up in a 7-4 Hillcats defeat.
Lynchburg capitalized on some early command issues by Luis Reyes to score four runs with only one hit in the first inning.
Julian Merryweather struck out six batters over six scoreless innings to help the Hillcats blank the Winston-Salem Dash, 2-0, Sunday.
Bobby Bradley went 2-for-3 with with three RBIs to lead the Hillcats to a 7-2 victory over Winston-Salem Saturday night at City Stadium.
Jayson Aquino carried a no-hitter into the eighth inning and pitched 8 2/3 scoreless innings to pace the Hillcats to a 2-0 shutout win over the Carolina Mudcats on Saturday night at Five County Stadium.
A three-run first, six-run fifth, and five-run seventh paved the way for the Frederick Keys blowout win over Lynchburg on Friday night. Bradley Zimmer hit his league-best eighth home run and Joe Sever collected two RBIs for the Hillcats.
The Salem Red Sox recorded just four hits on Wednesday night at LewisGale Field, losing 7-2 at the hands of the Lynchburg Hillcats. The loss was the third in a row for the Sox.
In the first installment of the 460 Series, the Lynchburg Hillcats shined. Michael Peoples earned his third win of the year, Bradley Zimmer added another home run to his total, and the Hillcats took the first game of the series with the Salem Red Sox, 6-1.
A pitcher’s duel at City Stadium turned into a slugfest in eighth and ninth, as the Hillcats dropped game two of three against the Wilmington on Saturday night. Dexter Kjerstad hit a three-run, pinch-hit home run in the ninth inning to cement the 4-2 win for the Blue Rocks.
The Hillcats were outhit 10-4 on Thursday, but six walks and timely hitting pushed them to a series win over the Frederick Keys. Joe Sever continued his hot hitting and Adam Plutko turned in another quality performance in a 6-3 win.
In 31 games this season, the Hillcats hadn’t come back to win from more than one run down. They also hadn’t won a game in which they trailed in the seventh inning or later. In game 32 of the season, they did both.
Luigi Rodriguez and Adam Plutko dominated the series opener and led the Hillcats to their first win since April 28. Lynchburg looked like a team that had won nine straight, as they cruised to a 6-0 win over Wilmington on Friday night.
Lynchburg dropped both halves of a doubleheader on Tuesday at the hands of the Carolina Mudcats. Carolina got a great performance from Steve Janas in game one and earned a 6-0 victory. Game two was a much better offensive showing for the ‘Cats, but also went to the Mudcats by a score of 8-3.
Lynchburg loaded the bases with nobody out in the eighth inning, but Carolina held the Hillcats to one run in the frame to claim a 4-1 victory in the series opener. The Mudcats (13-10) have now won six in a row, while Lynchburg (9-16) has dropped six straight.
Lynchburg scored in each of the first four innings, including three in the fourth, but it wasn’t enough to match the Pelicans’ offense on Monday night. The Hillcats dropped their fifth straight by a score of 14-6.