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19 Tom Sox Named to All-Conference Teams

A total of 19 Tom Sox players, spanning seasons 2019-24, were named to their respective All-Conference teams this week (beginning May 20). Five of the 19 came from The American, while the remainder were spread out among other conferences near the east coast.

Ten Players Representing Tom Sox in 2023 Men’s College World Series

Ten former Tom Sox players are representing the club in the 2023 Men’s College World Series at Charles Schwab Field in Omaha. The list includes four from the 2-seed Florida Gators, three from the 1-seed Wake Forest Demon Deacons, two from TCU, and one from Tennessee.

Tom Sox Season Ends with 6-3 Loss in Division Semifinal

The Charlottesville Tom Sox took the field Sunday night in Waynesboro for a must-win Game 2 in the South Division Semifinal. After a valiant effort, the ‘Sox fell 6-3 to the Generals, ending their season.

Koehler, Cecere Highlight Five All-Valley League Selections

Head Coach Kory Koehler was named the Maynard “Mo” Weber Manager of the Year and four Tom Sox players were named All-Valley League selections on Sunday.

Tom Sox Fall in Game 1 of Division Semifinals

In game one of the 2021 Valley Baseball League Playoffs, The Charlottesville Tom Sox fell to the Waynesboro Generals 3-1 Saturday night.

Charlottesville & Waynesboro Face Off in Regular Season Finale

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (30-9), on the brink of their fourth-straight playoff appearance, will face the Waynesboro Generals (18-21) to close out the regular season at Charlottesville High School. It will be broadcast live on the Tom Sox Facebook page & Tom Sox TV. First pitch is set for 7 P.M.

Tom Sox Win 5th Straight, Defeat Turks 6-4

The Charlottesville Tom Sox moved to 7-1 on the season against the Harrisonburg Turks following a 6-4 victory at Crutchfield Park Tuesday night.

Scorching Hot Tom Sox Host Turks Tonight

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (28-9), winners of 17 of their last 20, will face the Harrisonburg Turks (18-18) for their final regular season meeting at Charlottesville High School. It will be broadcast live on the Tom Sox Facebook page & Tom Sox TV. First pitch is set for 7 P.M.

Tom Sox Stay Hot, Take 2 from Cardinals

On Monday afternoon, the Charlottesville Tom Sox won both games in a make-up doubleheader against the Front Royal Cardinals. The ‘Sox won game one by a score of 7-2 and game two by a score of 7-1.

Tom Sox Secure Second-Straight Run-Rule Win, Defeat Turks 11-1

When the Valley Baseball League instituted the brand new 10-run rule on all-star weekend, they probably didn’t expect it to be used on 2-straight nights, nonetheless by the same team.. The Charlottesville Tom Sox defied expectations, however, securing their second-straight run-rule victory 11-1 over Harrisonburg.

Tom Sox Stifled by Generals, Fall 9-0

The Charlottesville Tom Sox traveled to Waynesboro Tuesday night, finishing with a losing score of 9-0. The Generals dominated from start to finish, led by a one-hit, six-inning shutout by Seth Logue. The ‘Sox were unable to create any momentum in the game, only recording 3 singles and a walk.

Tom Sox Stay Hot, Sweep New Market in Doubleheader

The Charlottesville Tom Sox defeated the New Market Rebels in both games of their doubleheader on Saturday in New Market.

Tom Sox Ready for Doubleheader in New Market

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (22-8) will face the New Market Rebels (16-15) for two 7-inning games in New Market. It will be broadcast live on the Rebels Facebook page. First pitch for game 1 is set for 6 P.M., with the second to follow 30 minutes after the first.

Tom Sox Win Streak Ends in 10-Inning Thriller against Braves

The Charlottesville Tom Sox’s (22-8) seven-game win streak was ended by the Staunton Braves (13-17) 14-13 at Staunton on Friday night.

Walk-Off Winner! Sox Take 7th Straight on Nunez’s Single in 9th

The Charlottesville Tom Sox defeated the Harrisonburg Turks 6-5 on Wednesday at Crutchfield Park, moving their active win streak to seven games. Elijah Nunez provided the theatrics in the bottom of the ninth as Charlottesville walked off for the third time this season.

Tom Sox Look to Keep Winning, Host Turks

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (21-7) will face the Harrisonburg Turks (12-13) tonight at Charlottesville High School for UVA Night. It will be broadcast live on the Tom Sox Facebook page & Tom Sox TV. First pitch is set for 7 P.M.

Tom Sox Explode in Seventh, Win 11-4

The Charlottesville Tom Sox dropped a seven spot on the Covington Lumberjacks in the top of the seventh inning en route to an 11-4 win to improve to 21-7 on the year.

League-Leading Tom Sox Meet Lumberjacks Tonight at Casey Field

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (20-7) will face the Covington Lumberjacks (6-18) tonight at Casey Field. It will be broadcast live on the Lumberjacks Facebook page. First pitch is set for 7 P.M.

Tom Sox Stay Hot, Shut Out Turks 4-0

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (20-7) defeated the Harrisonburg Turks (11-13) Monday night by a final score of 4-0. With the win, the Tom Sox have won their fifth straight game and extend their lead in the South Division to six games.

Tom Sox Secure Doubleheader Sweep over Cannons

PURCELLVILLE, Va. – The Charlottesville Tom Sox traveled to Purcellville to take on the Cannons and secured two wins in Saturday’s doubleheader.

Hot-Hitting Sox Head to Waynesboro Tonight

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (15-6) will face the Waynesboro Generals (12-10) tonight at Kate Collins Field. It will be broadcast live on the Generals Facebook page. First pitch is set for 7 P.M.

Tom Sox Extend Winning Streak, Beating Harrisonburg Turks 11-6

The Charlottesville Tom Sox took home a second straight victory over Harrisonburg, winning 11-7. The Sox hot offense continued to dominate, scoring six in the third inning alone. The 11 run, 11 hit outing secured Charlottesville’s fourth straight victory.

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