Tag: Wes Parsons
Lynchburg couldn’t halt its skid Wednesday night, as the Hillcats dropped both ends of a doubleheader against Potomac to move its losing streak to seven games.
Jose Martinez provided the game-winning hit, driving home Eric Garcia from second base in the ninth inning, to complete a three-run comeback and give the Hillcats a 4-3 victory at BB&T Ballpark Wednesday night.
Mike Yastrzemski hit for the cycle, and Michael Burgess added two home runs to headline an unrelenting offensive attack by the Frederick Keys in a 17-3 defeat for the Lynchburg Hillcats at Calvin Falwell Field Saturday night.
Lynchburg successfully executed a squeeze play in the fifth inning to thrill the crowd, as Daniel Carroll laid down a bunt while Levi Hyams sprinted toward the plate, but that marked the only run for the Hillcats in a 3-1 defeat against Winston-Salem Tuesday night at Calvin Falwell Field.
Back-to-back four-run innings quickly turned a one-run deficit into a seven-run victory, as the Lynchburg Hillcats used eight two-out RBIs to defeat the Potomac Nationals, 10-3, at Calvin Falwell Field Thursday night.
Edison Sanchez’s line-drive single to center field drove home David Nick from third base to break a 1-1 tie in the ninth and give Lynchburg its sixth walk-off of the season in a 2-1 victory over Salem Friday night.
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.
Wes Parsons tossed seven strong innings, striking out six in the longest start by a Hillcats pitcher this season, but Lynchburg couldn’t hold a 3-2 lead entering the ninth inning and eventually fell to Carolina, 5-3 in 10 innings, at Calvin Falwell FieldTuesday night.
The Salem Red Sox scored all of their runs with two outs and erased multiple deficits to take down Lynchburg 6-4 on Thursday evening at City Stadium, winning their ninth straight game over the Hillcats.
An early 4-1 lead went by the wayside for the Lynchburg Hillcats today as they fell 7-5 to the Potomac Nationals in the series finale.
Daniel Castro ripped the first pitch he saw from Matt Price in the 10th-inning down the third base line to drive home Tyler Tewell and give Lynchburg its first victory of the season, 6-5.