Tag: Right-hander Jose Casilla
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (72-59) broke out the bats in a big way, pounding the New Britain Rock Cats (65-65), 10-1, to snap a five-game slide on Thursday night at The Diamond.
The Altoona Curve (47-66) put up seven runs through the first two innings and never looked back, defeating the Richmond Flying Squirrels (66-46), 8-5, on Thursday night at Peoples Natural Gas Field.
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 (58-41), playing as the Richmond Braves on Turn-Back-the-Clock Weekend, fell in 11 innings, 4-3, to the Harrisburg Senators (39-59) at The Diamond on Friday night.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (56-40) cruised past the Bowie Baysox (50-46), 7-2, on Sunday night at Prince George’s Stadium.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (46-31) matched the franchise-record with their seventh straight win, 4-2, over the Bowie Baysox (41-37) at The Diamond on Thursday night. The Squirrels also bettered their franchise-mark for games above .500, climbing to 15 above.
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.
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.
Matt Duffy collected four hits and knocked in five runs to help the Richmond Flying Squirrels (37-26) drub the Trenton Thunder, 10-4, on Wednesday night at ARM & HAMMER Park.
In their longest nine-inning ballgame of the season, the Richmond Flying Squirrels (24-24) were defeated, 13-9, by the Trenton Thunder (28-23) at The Diamond on Monday afternoon.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (24-23) coasted to a cathartic, 9-1, victory over the Trenton Thunder (27-23) in front of 7,667 at The Diamond on Sunday afternoon.
The New Britain Rock Cats (19-23) downed the Richmond Flying Squirrels (22-20), 10-6, on Monday night at New Britain Stadium.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels (6-4) literally walked past the Altoona Curve (3-5), 4-3, in front of 8,477 at The Diamond on Saturday night. With the victory, Richmond took a 2-1 edge in the four-game series.
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