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Tom Sox Sweep Cannons, Win Fifth Straight

The Tom Sox swept the Cannons in their doubleheader on Sunday, increasing their win streak to five games. It was a picture-perfect Sunday for baseball in Charlottesville with hardly a cloud in the sky. 

Five-Run Eighth the Difference as Tom Sox Pick Up Third Straight Win

After two straight high-scoring wins, the latter being a 15-7 victory over the Staunton Braves, the Charlottesville Tom Sox remained home to face the Harrisonburg Turks. After dropping their first two matchups in Harrisonburg, the weather gods fought off the predicted thunderstorms with a mere drizzle to bring baseball to Charlottesville High School.

Tom Sox Look to Break Losing Skid with Trip to Waynesboro

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (3-5) will face the Waynesboro Generals (5-4) tonight at Kate Collins Field in Waynesboro. It will be broadcast live on the Generals Facebook page. First pitch is set for 7 P.M.

Hitting Woes Continue for ‘Sox, Fall 12-3 to Braves

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (3-5) fell to the Staunton Braves (4-5), 12-3, at John Moxie Field on Monday. The Sox started hot in the first inning but were unable to score a run for the remainder of the game, while the Braves had their bats swinging from the get-go.

Tom Sox Fall to Turks in 1-0 Heartbreaker

With both teams hot off a victory last night, the Tom Sox headed to Harrisonburg to face the Turks in search of their fourth straight win. However, after eight and a half innings of scoreless baseball, the Turks were able to walk it off and win 1-0.

‘Sox Stay Hot, Win Third Straight After 0-3 Start

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (3-3) have flipped the early season narrative and won their last three games after dropping the ball, literally, on their first three. The ‘Sox defeated the Waynesboro Generals (2-3), 3-1, at Charlottesville High School on Friday. Their win streak is currently the longest in the VBL.

Comeback Kids: Tom Sox Earn First Win in Rollercoaster Game

The Charlottesville Tom Sox returned home after falling to the Covington Lumberjacks on the road Sunday night, still awaiting the first win of the year. The weather has been perfect for baseball, but the Tom Sox’s offense has been anything but. That all changed tonight at Charlottesville High School, as the ‘Sox were able to clinch their first season victory, defeating the Staunton Braves 13-8.