Tag: Kelby Tomlinson
Left-hander Ty Blach led a trio of Flying Squirrels’ hurlers to a three-hit shutout, as Richmond (2-1), claimed a thrilling, 1-0, win over the Akron RubberDucks (1-2) in front of 5,944 at The Diamond on Friday 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.
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.
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.
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 (31-25) lost the lead twice, but resiliently fought off the Trenton Thunder (32-38), 6-4, at The Diamond on Wednesday night.
The Bowie Baysox (19-18) grabbed the opener of a four-game series from the Richmond Flying Squirrels (20-16), 5-1, on Tuesday night at The Diamond.
In a back-and-forth tussle, the Erie SeaWolves (14-17) got the last laugh, defeating the Richmond Flying Squirrels (17-15), 6-5, in front of 7,218 at The Diamond on Thursday night. The Squirrels have now lost three straight, their longest losing skid of the season.
The Trenton Thunder (18-10) stormed past the Richmond Flying Squirrels (15-11), 8-1, at ARM & HAMMER Park on Friday night.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (12-9) split a doubleheader with the New Britain Rock Cats (6-14) in front of 7,844 at The Diamond on Saturday night. New Britain claimed the opener, 5-4, but the Squirrels rebounded to take the nightcap, 5-2.
The Altoona Curve (5-8) turned the tables on the Richmond Flying Squirrels (9-6), claiming game two of a three-game series, 2-1, at Peoples Natural Gas Field on Friday night. The Altoona victory ended a four-game win-streak for the Squirrels in the season series.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (5-4) scored four times in the bottom of the ninth inning to walk-off the Altoona Curve (3-4), 5-4, in front of a second consecutive capacity crowd at The Diamond on Friday night.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (0-2) couldn’t shake the New Britain Rock Cats (2-0), and fell late, 4-3, at New Britain Stadium on Friday afternoon.
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