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Already engaged in a pivotal series, the Frederick Keys and Wilmington Blue Rocks turned up the intensity level on Wednesday night. Instead of Keys starting pitcher Tyler Wilson fist-bumping teammates as they entered the clubhouse following the Keys'
With the top spot in the Carolina League's Northern Division on the line, the Frederick Keys needed a win Tuesday night over the first-place Wilmington Blue Rocks to move a half-game ahead of them in the second-half standings. Instead, the pitching
I got roughed up a little in my last start so me and [pitching coach Brad Holman] got back to the basics. In my two bullpens I throw, he spotted my fastball in and out and that's pretty much what I relied on tonight. It's a lot easier to pitch with a
Josh Richmond and Vincent DiFazio did the most damage by driving in two runs apiece. Loris native Ben Henry picked up his third win of the season after throwing 1 2/3 innings with four strikeouts. Similar stories: Wilmington scores three runs in the
The Frederick Keys took advantage of five miscues by the Wilmington Blue Rocks, scoring four unearned runs in a 6-2 win on Sunday. Down 1-0 in the third inning, Johnny Ruettiger had a one-out single, and reached second on an errant pickoff attempt.
Beset by a lack of run support, Dylan Bundy suffered the first loss of his professional career Saturday. The 19-year-old pitcher allowed an earned run on three hits and struck out seven over five innings. But the Frederick Keys managed just four hits
I think it wasn't a normal start that we saw out of Font, Wood said...He still kept us close and got the ground balls we needed to...Odubel Herrera extended his hitting streak to 17 games when he singled in Josh Richmond to put the Pelicans ahead 1-0.
The Keys have lost seven of their past eight games and hold the Carolina League's worst record at 10-20. At home, the Keys have gone 2-10 in their past 12 games and hold just a 5-13 record overall at Harry Grove Stadium. With the Keys holding a 3-1
With the Keys holding a 5-2 lead entering the bottom of the eighth inning, Wilmington scored twice to cut the lead to one and was threatening to tie the game, but left the tying run stranded at second base. In the ninth, Wilmington again had the
Pelicans left fielder Jared Hoying was just hoping to make some noise Saturday...Hoying went 3-for-4, scoring both of Myrtle Beach's runs as the Pelicans squeezed past the Wilmington Blue Rocks 2-1 at TicketReturn.com Field at Pelicans Ballpark.