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The Richmond Flying Squirrels (75-61) fell to the Altoona Curve (57-79), 3-2, at Peoples Natural Gas Field on Tuesday night. Despite the loss, the Squirrels’ magic number to claim the Western Division dropped to three as Akron also lost to Trenton, 5-0.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (66-45) ran out of pitchers and fell to the Harrisburg Senators (44-65), 6-3, in 13 innings at The Diamond on Wednesday afternoon.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (66-44) breezed past the Harrisburg Senators (43-65), 5-2, at The Diamondon Tuesday night.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (65-44) snuck past the Harrisburg Senators (43-64), 2-1, to snap a three-game slide on Monday night at The Diamond.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (64-41) held off the Erie SeaWolves (50-55) and posted their sixth straight win, 4-3, at Jerry Uht Park on Thursday night.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (62-41) pasted the Akron RubberDucks (57-47), 8-2, on Tuesday night at Canal Park. The win netted the series for the Squirrels as they sent the RubberDucks to a sixth consecutive loss.
In the longest game of the season, the Richmond Flying Squirrels (60-41) defeated the Harrisburg Senators (40-60), 5-4, in 15 innings at The Diamond on Sunday afternoon.
Jarrett Parker’s fifth-inning grand slam vaulted the Richmond Flying Squirrels (58-40) past the Harrisburg Senators (39-58), 5-1, in front of a capacity crowd (9,560) at The Diamond on Thursday night.
Left-hander Adalberto Mejia set the course for the Richmond Flying Squirrels (57-40) with five scoreless innings as they breezed past the Bowie Baysox (50-47), 5-0, on Monday afternoon at Prince George’s Stadium.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (55-39) defeated the Bowie Baysox (49-45), 5-3, on Friday night at Prince George’s Stadium.
Mario Lisson knocked in five runs to lead the Richmond Flying Squirrels (54-37) to a, 9-4, victory over the Akron RubberDucks on Tuesday night at The Diamond.
In the first meeting of the season between the two clubs, the Akron RubberDucks (51-39) defeated the Richmond Flying Squirrels (53-37), 3-1, at The Diamond on Monday night.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (50-45) waited through an 1:20 rain-delay before defeating the Harrisburg Senators (33-51), 8-6, at Metro Bank Park on Thursday night.
The Harrisburg Senators (33-50) scored four runs in the eighth inning to break open a tie-game and down the Richmond Flying Squirrels (49-35), 6-2, on Wednesday night at Metro Bank Park.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (45-31) completed a three-game sweep of the Harrisburg Senators (30-46) and extended their win-streak to six games with a, 6-2, victory on Wednesday afternoon at The Diamond.
With the help of five walks, the Richmond Flying Squirrels (43-31) scored six runs in the first inning en route to a, 7-2, win over the Harrisburg Senators (30-44) on Monday night at The Diamond.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (42-31) improved to 12-0 on Sundays and swept the Erie SeaWolves (31-42) with a, 7-3, victory at Jerry Uht Park on Sunday afternoon.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (41-31) held off the hard-charging Erie SeaWolves (31-41), 7-6, on Saturday night at Jerry Uht Park.
Myles Schroder’s ninth-inning home run propelled the Richmond Flying Squirrels (40-31) to a, 4-3, victory over the Erie SeaWolves (31-40) at Jerry Uht Park on Friday 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.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (34-25) cruised to their fourth consecutive victory, 5-1, over the Reading Fightin Phils (30-29) on Saturday night at FirstEnergy Stadium.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (33-25) roughed up the Reading Fightin Phils (30-28), 12-2, in the opener of a four-game series on Friday night at FirstEnergy Stadium.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (31-25) lost the lead twice, but resiliently fought off the Trenton Thunder (32-38), 6-4, at The Diamond on Wednesday night.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (30-24) continued to roll on Sunday afternoon with their sixth consecutive win in a 6-2 victory over Bowie (29-27) to complete a three game series sweep of the Baysox.
Richmond Flying Squirrels right fielder Jarrett Parker bashed a two-run homer in the first inning against his friend and former University of Virginia teammate Tyler Wilson as the Squirrels grabbed an early 3-0 lead and held on for a 6-2 victory on Friday Night against the Baysox (29-25) in Bowie.
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