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Charlottesville Tom Sox Unveil 2020 Schedule

The reigning Valley Baseball League champion Charlottesville Tom Sox released their 2020 season schedule on Tuesday (Nov. 26).


CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The reigning Valley Baseball League champion Charlottesville Tom Sox released their 2020 season schedule on Tuesday (Nov. 26).

As per tradition, the slate of 21 home games and 21 away games features six matchups apiece against South Division opponents (Waynesboro, Staunton, Harrisonburg, Covington) and three apiece against North Division opponents (New Market, Woodstock, Strasburg, Front Royal, Winchester, Purcellville).

The Tom Sox open their season on the road, facing the Covington Lumberjacks on May 29 followed by the Purcellville Cannons on May 31 before beginning a busy first week which includes one game every day. The first week of the season, Charlottesville will host Waynesboro, Front Royal, and Covington, and travel to New Market, Strasburg, Staunton, and Front Royal.

The 2020 schedule will once again feature three Sunday afternoon home games, all slated to begin at 5:00 p.m. The ‘Sox will face Purcellville (Jun. 14), New Market (Jun. 28), and Front Royal (Jul. 19) on Sunday afternoons, the same three teams the Tom Sox faced off against last season in their home Sunday matchups.

The July 4 showdown between the Tom Sox and I-64 rival Waynesboro Generals returns for its fourth consecutive season in 2020, with action slated to begin at 5:00 p.m. Patriotism in the Park from adjacent McIntire Park will immediately follow the game.

The Tom Sox end the regular season on July 22, the earliest date in team history. The ‘Sox will close
out the season on the road against the Harrisonburg Turks for the third consecutive season.


  • The 2020 season marks Charlottesville’s sixth as a VBL franchise
  • The ‘Sox open their season in May for the 2nd consecutive season
  • The Tom Sox open their season against the Covington Lumberjacks for the second time in franchise history and first since 2017’s championship season
  • The 2016 season remains the lone season the ‘Sox have opened their season at home
  • Charlottesville will face Waynesboro in the home opener for the first time in franchise history
  • All three meetings between the Tom Sox and the Strasburg Express, who the ‘Sox defeated to win both of the team’s championships, come in June
  • The 2020 schedule will feature only one home or road stretch longer than 2 games (Jun. 8-11)

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