Tag: Salem Dash
Kevin Ahrens’ two-run double and Levi Hyams’ RBI triple highlighted a five-run fifth inning that helped the Lynchburg Hillcats break a 1-1 tie and cruise to a 9-3 victory against the Winston-Salem Dash at BB&T Ballpark Tuesday night.
Lynchburg called upon its City Stadium magic again to complete a three-game sweep of the Winston-Salem Dash, as Joe Odom’s single scored Tyler Tewell in the bottom of the ninth to give the Hillcats their 10th walk-off victory of the year, 2-1 at Calvin Falwell Field Sunday night.
Nationals 3B John Wooten launched a three-run home run in the eighth inning of Thursday afternoon’s contest to give the Potomac Nationals (64-49, 26-18) a 6-4 series sweep over the Winston-Salem Dash (54-62, 24-23).
The Potomac Nationals (63-49, 25-18) used two home runs and six RBIs from LF Randolph Oduber as well as six scoreless innings from LHP Matthew Spann (W, 8-5) to rout the Winston-Salem Dash (54-61, 24-22) 10-2 on Wednesday night.
The Potomac Nationals (62-49, 24-18) bested the Winston-Salem Dash (54-60, 24-21) 6-2 on Tuesday evening at Pfitzner Stadium to improve their win streak to four.
The Lynchburg Hillcats were held scoreless through eight innings by two of the top prospects in the in the White Sox organization on their way to a 5-1 loss to the Winston-Salem Dash.
A five-run third inning was enough to sink the Lynchburg Hillcats tonight as they lost 5-4 to the Winston-Salem Dash.
The rain was constant tonight in Winston-Salem, but after a 40 minute delay prior to the first pitch, the Lynchburg Hillcats and Winston-Salem Dash battled through to complete nine innings in just over three hours.
The Potomac Nationals (54-45, 16-14) coughed up a pair of leads on Tuesday night against the Winston-Salem Dash (46-56, 16-17) and fell by a count of 6-5.
Lynchburg used four consecutive RBI doubles in the seventh inning to break a 3-3 tie and eventually claim an 8-3 victory against the Winston-Salem Dash at Calvin Falwell Field Sunday evening.
The Potomac Nationals (38-31, 21-14) took their game five rubber match against the Winston-Salem Dash (30-39, 14-21) on Sunday afternoon with an 8-6 win.
The Potomac Nationals (36-30, 19-13) lost their seven-inning battle with the Winston-Salem Dash (29-37, 13-19) 4-2 on Friday night. Game Two of the scheduled doubleheader was postponed.
The Potomac Nationals (36-29, 19-12) scrapped out a 3-2 victory on Thursday night against the Winston-Salem Dash (28-37, 12-19) to clinch the first half Northern division title.
The Lynchburg Hillcats (30-27) lost to the Winston-Salem Dash (23-33) tonight despite taking a ninth inning lead. Jose Peraza tripled with the bases loaded and two outs putting the ‘Cats up 5-4 in the top of the ninth. Then, Tim Anderson hit a two-run homer to center field in the bottom of the inning. The Dash won 6-5 on the walk-off.
The Lynchburg Hillcats (30-26) completed their fourth comeback of three runs or more in the past week today with a 5-4 win over the Winston-Salem Dash (22-33).
The Lynchburg Hillcats (29-26) and Winston-Salem Dash (22-32) split the first two games of the four-game weekend series tonight.
The Potomac Nationals (25-26, 13-15) were blanked by the Winston-Salem Dash (21-30, 10-14) in Game Two at BB&T Ballpark on Wednesday night after Dash starter, RHP Myles Jaye turned in his first career nine-inning, complete-game shutout en route to a 4-0 win.
The Potomac Nationals (25-25, 13-14) were bested by the Winston-Salem Dash (20-30, 9-14) by the final score of 8-2 at BB&T Ballpark on Tuesday evening in the series opener of a three-game series to wrap a two-city bus trip.
reg Ross shut down the Winston-Salem Dash for eight innings, and Kyle Wren provided the only offense the Hillcats (24-25) needed with a two-run double in the third inning, as Alex Wilson tossed a perfect ninth to seal a 2-0 victory at Calvin Falwell Field Sunday afternoon.
The Lynchburg Hillcats (22-24) took the finale at Pfitzner Stadium 6-4 against the Potomac Nationals (24-21) tonight.
Former Salem Red Sox farmhand Francellis Montas dazzled the crowd at LewisGale Field with eight outstanding innings as the Winston-Salem Dash took the series finale 6-3.
The Salem Red Sox and Winston-Salem Dash split a doubleheader at LewisGale Field Wednesday night. Luis Diaz pitched six quality innings in the Red Sox 3-2 victory in game one. In game two, Jefferson Olacio and Kyle Hansen combined for six innings of one run ball in a 4-1 Dash win.
J.B. Wendelken (4-4) improved his record against Salem to 4-0 with seven superb innings as the Winston-Salem Dash took game one of the four-game set, 3-0.
Salem went 0-8 with runners in scoring position, dropping the series finale to Carolina 3-1. The Sox managed just one run in the 5th inning when a Tim Roberson groundout to second got Kevin Heller home from third.
The Potomac Nationals (16-10, 9-6) crushed the Winston-Salem Dash (10-17, 5-10) in the Game Four finale at BB&T Ballpark on Sunday afternoon winning 11-3.
The Potomac Nationals (15-10, 8-6) could not rally back to beat the Winston-Salem Dash (10-16, 5-9) in Game Three on Saturday night at BB&T Ballpark after the home club scored six runs in the bottom of the 2nd inning. The Dash inevitably beat the P-Nats by the final score of 9-5.
The Potomac Nationals (15-9, 8-5) edged the Winston-Salem Dash (9-16, 4-9) in Game Two on Friday evening at BB&T Ballpark marking just the fourth time the Nationals have claimed a victory at Winston-Salem’s confines since the beginning of the 2012 season.
The Potomac Nationals (14-9, 7-5) were stifled by the Winston-Salem Dash (9-15, 4-8) in Game One of a four-game set on Thursday evening at BB&T Ballpark after the home club tallied a pair of runs in the bottom of the 7th inning to garner a 3-2 victory.
Everything went Salem’s way on Friday night at LewisGale Field, as the Sox smashed the Hillcats 10-0 to complete the series sweep over Lynchburg.
The Potomac Nationals (11-8, 4-4) were defeated by the Winston-Salem Dash (6-13, 3-5) 4-2 in the series opener of a three-game set at Pfitzner Stadium on Wednesday evening.
The Salem Red Sox are excited to share their plans for Tuesday, May 20, which will mark the 75th anniversary of the first ever game played in Salem. On that evening, with the Winston-Salem Dash in town, the Red Sox will host “Turn Back the Clock” Night, featuring numerous special deals and promotions.
Matty Johnson led the way with four hits, including a two-run single in the seventh that transformed an 8-7 deficit into a 9-8 lead, an advantage the Salem Red Sox sustained to the finish line to win the game and the series against the Winston-Salem Dash.
The Salem Red Sox won their 16th straight game on Tuesday night, matching the greatest winning streak in the history of the Carolina League, by narrowly holding on to defeat the Winston-Salem Dash 12-11 in the home opener at LewisGale Field.