Tag: Valley League
Charlottesville’s Corey Hunt has been named the VBL Maynard “Mo” Weber Manager of the Year.
Charlottesville’s Michael Wielansky and Purcellville’s Thomas Sutera took home the major awards as the VBL announced its 2017 All-League teams.
VCU freshman Connor Gillispie went seven strong innings to pitch Charlottesville to a 7-2 win over Waynesboro in Game 1 of their VBL playoff series.
Waynesboro completed a quick two-game sweep of Harrisonburg Sunday, defeating the Turks 5-3 at Kate Collins Field.
Benches clear but no blood was shed as the Harrisonburg Turks (21-22) lost to the Waynesboro Generals (21-22) 2-1.
The Harrisonburg Turks (21-20) host last place Covington (13-28) tonight at Veterans Memorial Park.
The Harrisonburg Turks (20-20) play against the Staunton Braves (19-21). The race for second place is still on in the second to last game of the season.
Everything was set up for another Harrisonburg Turks (20-20) late comeback, but they couldn’t get the runs needed.
The Harrisonburg Turks (20-19) host the first place Charlottesville TomSox (29-10) tonight.
In a battle for second place last night, the Harrisonburg Turks (20-18) outlasted the Waynesboro Generals (20-20) 6-3.
The Harrisonburg Turks (19-18) will face off against the Waynesboro Generals (20-19) in a battle for second place tonight.
The Harrisonburg Turks (18-17) have now won sixth in a row and host the Front Royal Cardinals (16-20) tonight at 7:30pm.
Another 6+ run come back eighth inning by the Harrisonburg Turks (17-17) spring them to a .500 record for the first time since they were 1-1 on the season.
The VBL scored twice in the bottom of the ninth to walkoff with a 3-2 win over the Cal Ripken League at the Southern Collegiate Showcase.
The Harrisonburg Turks (16-17) have now won three in a row and look for their fourth in a home contest against the New Market Rebels (19-14).
The VBL took a perfect game into the fifth inning and pitched a shutout to open the Southern Collegiate Showcase.
After a huge nine-run eighth inning by the Harrisonburg Turks, including a three-run homer by Bryan Arias, the Covington Lumberjacks fall 13-4.
After the Harrisonburg Turks scored five runs in the third, New Market scored seven unanswered, including two in the ninth to win 7-5.
The Harrisonburg Turks (13-15) look to win a game against a good New Market (17-12) team who is 6-4 in their last 10 games.
The South won the 2017 Valley Baseball League All-Star Game, taking a 5-0 decision at JMU’s Veterans Memorial Park.
Former World Series champions Sam Perlozzo and Wayne Comer are among the inductees as the Valley Baseball League recognizes its 2017 Hall of Fame Class.
The Harrisonburg Turks (13-14) look to win fifth in a row and get to .500 when they play at Strasburg (12-13).
The Valley Baseball League has announced its traveling All-Star roster for the inaugural Southern Collegiate Showcase in Kannapolis, N.C.
The Valley League Board of Directors has elected Bruce Alger as the new VBL President and Commissioner.
The Harrisonburg Turks (12-14) will be playing at Winchester (10-14) tonight. The Turks are looking for their forth in a row.
Rosters have been announced for the 2017 Valley Baseball League All-Star Game.
The entire Harrisonburg Turks (12-14) lineup gets at least a base-hit to beat the Covington Lumberjacks (7-18) 9-6.
Andrew Llewellyn and Hunter Seay lead the Harrisonburg Turks (11-14) in an error-filled game to defeat Winchester (10-14) 5-4.
The Turks are back in action tonight as they play the Staunton Braves (10-13).
Tonight the Harrisonburg Turks (9-12) are back at home against the Waynesboro Generals (11-7). The Generals currently sit right above the Turks in second place in the South Division.
The Harrisonburg Turks (9-11) play Purcellville Cannons (12-7) on the road tonight at 7pm.
Charlottesville (11-5) dominated the Harrisonburg Turks (8-11) 8-0 Saturday night at Veterans Memorial Park.
The Harrisonburg Turks (8-10) get their fourth win in a row by having a strong 3-run 6th inning to beat the Staunton Braves (8-8) 3-1.
The Harrisonburg Turks (7-10) look for their fourth win in a row when they play at home tonight against Staunton (7-8).
The Harrisonburg Turks (6-10) will travel to Covington (5-10) to play the Lumberjacks. Start time at Casey Field is 7pm.
The Harrisonburg Turks (6-10) beat the Woodstock River Bandits (7-9) 6-1 Wednesday night.
The Harrisonburg Turks (5-10) are back at home tonight to face Woodstock (7-8).
The Harrisonburg Turks (4-10) and the New Market Rebels (8-6) face off at Rebel Park tonight. Start time will be 7:30pm.
The Valley Baseball League was well represented in the 2017 MLB Draft, with a first round selection and eight alums taken in the top eight rounds.
The Harrisonburg Turks (3-8) play Strasburg (5-6) tonight at home. They are trying to avoid their third straight shutout.
Payton Kenney (1-0) and Tyler Thompson combine for a one-hitter as Waynesboro (6-4) beat the Harrisonburg Turks (3-8) 7-0.