Recaps

Covington Snaps 5 Game Win Streak of Waynesboro

In a back and forth battle for first place with Waynesboro, who was only a game back of Covington for the lead in the South division, Evan McAndrew from the Lumerjacks threw the last 5 innings in no-hit fashion to shut down the Generals in a 7-5 loss.

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Gens Score 16 to Beat New Market to Stay Hot

New Market fans had to be feeling a bit of deja vu when the Gens put up a 7 spot in the first inning. The last time the two teams matched up, Waynesboro won by busting out 18 runs on 20 hits. Tonight, the Generals would put up 16 in the winning effort.

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Pitcher’s Dual Finishes In 4th Straight Win For Waynesboro

In a game that only saw 5 hits between the two teams combined, timely hitting was the key factor in deciding a winner in the tightly contested ball game in Winchester Wednesday night.

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Generals Post 7-4 Win Over Harrisonburg

Entering the game, Waynesboro led the season series with Harrisonburg 3 games to 1. The Generals offense would bust out 7 runs on 10 hits and the pitching staff would do a lot of “bending but not breaking” to bring home their 4th win in the series.

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Generals Put Up 20 Runs In Win Over Woodstock

Monday night in Woodstock was the second time this summer that the Gens have put up 20 hits in a game. Both have come within a week of each other.

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Generals Get Back to Winning Ways On the Road In Harrisonburg

In the final game before the All-Star Break, the Gens faced an important “swing game” for their record. If the Gens won, they’d have a record above .500. If they lost, they would have a record of below .500. The Generals would win the ball game to make it 5 wins in their last 6 opportunities.

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Generals Bats Quieted In Loss to Staunton

The Generals entered the game with Staunton on Thursday night with a 4-game win streak. The last loss that the Generals had suffered was at the hands of the Staunton Braves last Saturday. The Braves pitching staff would find a way to shut down the bats of the Gens this time, allowing only 6 hits and 2 runs.

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Generals Win Independence Day Matchup Over Charlottesville

After jumping out to a 6-0 lead, the TomSox came all the way back to tie the game in the bottom of the 7th. Enter Bryce Teodosio (Clemson). On the second pitch of the top of the 8th inning, Teodosio hammered a ball over the centerfield fence for his second 8th inning, go-ahead homer of the year to put the Gens on top for good.

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