Tag: Jason Esposito
The Keys plated five runs in the first and cruised to a 10-3 win over the Salem Red Sox on Thursday evening at Harry Grove Stadium, preventing the Sox from gaining a game on Carolina, who lost to Lynchburg 6-2 in Zebulon.
The Potomac Nationals (71-53, 33-22) edged the Frederick Keys (58-67, 26-32) in a wild, 10-inning see-saw confrontation by the final score of 4-3 on Friday evening at Pfitzner Stadium courtesy of a throwing error committed by Frederick 3B Jason Esposito.
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.
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.
The Salem Red Sox put the tying run on first in the ninth inning, but Jesse Beal got two groundouts for the save and persevered the Keys 4-2 victory Friday night.
The Frederick Keys scored early and often with all five runs coming in the first three frames, on the way to a 5-3 victory over the Salem Red Sox at LewisGale Field Thursday night.
The Frederick Keys turned a 1-1 game after six into a 8-1 lead after eight frames, and won over the Salem Red Sox by that final score at LewisGale Field Wednesday afternoon.
The Frederick Keys scratched across a run in the tenth, and held on for a 7-6 victory over the Salem Red Sox in ten innings at LewisGale Field Tuesday night.
The Salem Red Sox scored five runs after the sixth innings to get within a run, but fell 9-8 to the Frederick Keys at LewisGale Field on Monday night.
A driving rain storm cut the Salem Red Sox and Frederick Keys opener to four and a half innings, just enough for an official game and 3-0 Keys win.
The Potomac Nationals (43-34, 5-3) were edged by the Frederick Keys (34-43, 2-8) 7-6 on Saturday night at Pfitzner Stadium despite cranking a trio of home runs in the series opener of three contests.
The Frederick Keys used a eight run second inning to beat the Salem Red Sox 9-7 at Harry Grove Stadium.
The Frederick Keys beat the Salem Red Sox 3-1 in a pitcher’s duel at Harry Grove Stadium.
The Salem Red Sox beat the Frederick Keys 4-0 in seven innings in game three of the three game series. This came after the completion of last night’s suspended game, which Frederick took 9-8 in 12 innings.
For the third straight night, a four-run deficit in the fifth inning proved to be an afterthought by the end of the game, as Lynchburg overcame an early 4-0 hole with home runs by Will Skinner and Tyler Tewell and defeated Frederick on a Josh Elander walk-off single, 5-4 in 10 innings, at Calvin Falwell Field Wednesday night.
For the second time this season the Lynchburg Hillcats beat the Frederick Keys in extra innings. Tonight it took 12 frames, and the final score favored the Hillcats 5-4 after Kyle Wren drove in Daniel Castro with a sacrifice fly. It was the longest game, innings-wise, in the Carolina League this season.
Following an hour and 43 minute rain delay before the first pitch, the pitching dominated in a 1-0 Lynchburg Hillcats (5-3) win over the Frederick Keys (2-6) tonight.
Will Skinner’s solo home run in the second inning marked the first time all season the Lynchburg Hillcats scored first in a contest, but the lead did not last long as Frederick posted six-straight runs in response to take the series finale, 6-2.