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19 Former ‘Sox Set To Compete in Professional Baseball in 2023

19 former Tom Sox are participating in Minor and Major League Baseball this year, including Vinnie Pasquantino – the first Tom Sox player to play in Major League Baseball.

Tom Sox Face River Bandits in Valley League Championship Series

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (30-16, 4-0 Playoffs), the 1-seed from the South Division, will face the Woodstock River Bandits (31-15, 4-0 Playoffs), the 1-seed from the North Division, in the best-of-3 Valley Baseball League Championship Series.

Six Tom Sox Players Named All-Valley League

Six Tom Sox players were named All-Valley League selections, tying the team record set by the 2017 team. Selected players were John Armstrong, Carter Cunningham, Christian Martin, Satchell Norman, Cole Wagner, and Trey Yesavage.

Tom Sox Set for Doubleheader with Harrisonburg

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (22-14) will face the Harrisonburg Turks (24-12) in two 9-inning games today at Charlottesville High School. It will be broadcast live on the Tom Sox Facebook page and Tom Sox TV. First pitch for the first game is set for 3 P.M., with the second to follow approximately 30 minutes after the conclusion of the first. Game two will also be the annual Bark in the Park night.

Tom Sox Knock the Rust Off, Defeat Turks 11-6

The Charlottesville Tom Sox won their first game at Veterans Memorial Park this season, defeating the Harrisonburg Turks 11-6 in a crucial South division matchup. The ‘Sox rolled on offense with 14 base hits after only having six in their last two games and scored a run for the first time since Wednesday night.

Tom Sox Run-Ruled by Turks, Lose 10-0

The South Division-leading Harrisonburg Turks (20-11) scored seven in the second inning and never looked back, blanking the Charlottesville Tom Sox 10-0 in eight innings. The Tom Sox fall to 18-13 on the season and now sit two games back in the race for the division title, while the Turks remain in a virtual tie for first place with the Waynesboro Generals.

Tom Sox Hit the Road for High-Stakes Matchup in Harrisonburg

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (18-12) will face the Harrisonburg Turks (19-11) tonight at Eagle Field at Veterans Memorial Park in Harrisonburg. It will be broadcast live on the Turks Facebook page. First pitch is set for 7:30 P.M.

Tom Sox Defeat Braves 7-5, Win 8th of Last 9

The Wahoo spirit was in the air as the Charlottesvillle Tom Sox defeated the Staunton Braves 7-5 in their annual UVA Sports Night. Fans were decked out in blue and orange as many UVA student-athletes attended tonight's game, participating in various crowd-engaging events.

Tom Sox Set for Rematch with Braves Tonight

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (17-12) will face the Staunton Braves (12-20) for UVA Night at Charlottesville High School. It will be broadcast live on the Tom Sox Facebook page and Tom Sox TV. First pitch is set for 7 P.M.

Tom Sox’s 7-Game Win Streak Snapped at Staunton

Hot off their seventh-straight win, the Tom Sox laced up their shoes, packed their bags and headed west to face off against the Staunton Braves. In a game that featured tempers flaring on both ends, the Braves came out on top 8-4.

Seven Tom Sox Players Named VBL All-Stars

Seven Tom Sox players were named 2022 Valley League All-Stars, as voted on by the league’s 11 head coaches on Monday (July 11). Named to the team were RHP Jack Billings, RHP Drew Bryan, Outfielder Carter Cunningham, Infielder/Outfielder Christian Martin, RHP Tyler McLoughlin, Catcher/DH Satchell Norman, and First Baseman Cole Wagner.

Tom Sox Take Two from Cardinals Sunday

It was a beautiful Sunday for baseball at Bing Crosby Stadium as the Charlottesville Tom Sox faced the Front Royal Cardinals. The Tom Sox swept the Cardinals with both games having strong defense and just enough offense to win.

Tom Sox Pour On Runs in Staunton, Win 12-4

The Charlottesville Tom Sox rocked the Staunton Braves 12-4 in an offensive overload, contributing to their now-five-game win streak in their 300th all-time game. 

Third Time’s The Charm! Tom Sox Face Braves in Staunton Tonight

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (14-11) will face the Staunton Braves (9-18) tonight at John Moxie Stadium in Staunton. It will be broadcast live on the Braves Facebook page. First pitch is set for 7:30 P.M.

Tom Sox Seek Key Win at Waynesboro Tonight

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (14-11) will face the Waynesboro Generals (17-11) tonight at Union Home Mortgage Park at Kate Collins Field in Waynesboro. It will be broadcast live on the Generals Facebook page. First pitch is set for 7 P.M.

Tom Sox Remain Hot, Earn Fourth Straight Win

The Charlottesville Tom Sox kept their hot streak going following the Fourth of July victory, running the Covington Lumberjacks out of the park 16-0. This performance marks 33 runs scored in the last two games for the Sox.

Tom Sox Bring the Fireworks for Third Straight Win

The Charlottesville Tom Sox continued their hot streak from their doubleheader sweep to the Fourth of July, lighting up the Waynesboro Generals 17-4. The 7-inning run rule came into effect with the game ending in the top of the seventh, allowing fans to leave early for the fireworks. It was a dominant performance from the ‘Sox offense, compiling 14 hits with every batter reaching base.

Tom Sox Travel to Winchester for Doubleheader

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (10-11) will face the Winchester Royals (11-12) in a cross-division doubleheader today at Bridgeforth Field in Winchester. It will be broadcast live on the Royals Facebook page. First pitch for game one is set for 2:30 P.M., with the second game to follow approximately 30 minutes after the first.

Somebody Call 9-1-1: Tom Sox Burned by Lumberjacks at Home

The Charlottesville Tom Sox lost 7-3 against the Covington Lumberjacks tonight, taking another punch to their ever-so dropping .500 record they entered the game with. With the loss, the ‘Sox are under .500 at the halfway point in the season for the first time since 2016.

Ho Ho Home Loss: Tom Sox Drop Fifth of Last Six Games

Merry Christmas, Tom Sox fans! Whoever said the holidays only come once a year, we disagree. The Charlottesville Tom Sox celebrated their first annual ‘Christmas in July’ tonight and lost 5-3 against the Staunton Braves after just snapping their four-game losing streak on Wednesday night. 

Tom Sox Begin Tough Stretch on Christmas in July

Ho Ho Ho! The Charlottesville Tom Sox (10-9) will face the Staunton Braves (7-16) on Christmas in July night at Charlottesville High School. It will be broadcast live on the Tom Sox Facebook page and Tom Sox TV. First pitch is set for 7 P.M.

Late-Game Heroics Lift Tom Sox over Turks

How else did we think the ‘Sox would get out of their losing streak? Thanks to some late game heroics by Garrett Spikes, the Charlottesville Tom Sox rallied late to knock off the Harrisonburg Turks in a South division showdown at Charlottesville High School, 3-2.

Tom Sox Look to Get Back on Track with Trip to Covington

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (9-6) will face the Covington Lumberjacks (6-10) tonight at Casey Field in Covington. It will be broadcast live on the Lumberjacks Facebook page. First pitch is set for 7 P.M.

Tom Sox Defeat Generals 8-4, Win Sixth Straight

The Charlottesville Tom Sox defeated the Waynesboro Generals on the road Tuesday, 8-3. The Tom Sox keep their first place spot in the Valley League, as well as add to their winning streak.

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. 

Tom Sox Hang 15 on Braves to Win Second Straight Game

With thunder in the sky, the Charlottesville Tom Sox faced off under the clouds against the Staunton Braves in search of returning their record to .500. The last time the ‘Sox played the Braves at home, they walked away with their highest scoring game as of yet. Charlottesville blew that record out of the water with a final score of 15-7, and a successful trip back to a .500 record.

Three-Run Ninth Propels Tom Sox Over Generals

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (4-5) snapped their two-game losing streak Wednesday, edging out the Waynesboro Generals (5-5) 10-7 at Kate Collins Field. The hitting struggles continued for much of the game for the ‘Sox. At one point of the game, they had five runs on one hit. They were able to get the bats going a little, recording seven hits total. It was a back-and-forth game throughout, but Charlottesville held on for a much-needed win.

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 Look for Second Straight Win Against Braves

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (3-4) will face the Staunton Braves (3-5) on the road tonight at John Moxie Stadium. It will be broadcast live on the Braves Facebook page. First pitch is set for 7:30 P.M.

Tom Sox Welcome Rebels for Doubleheader

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (3-4) will face the New Market Rebels (4-4) in the first cross-division doubleheader of the season at Charlottesville High School. It will be broadcast live on the Tom Sox Facebook page and Tom Sox TV. First pitch for game one is set for 4 P.M., with the second to follow 30 minutes after the conclusion of game one.

‘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.

Timber! Tom Sox Chop Down Lumberjacks for Second Straight Win

Following an electric come-from-behind victory against Staunton Monday night, the Charlottesville Tom Sox were itching to keep the bats hot as they hopped on Interstate 64 and headed to Covington for a matchup with the first-place Lumberjacks. The ‘Sox were able to put together a solid performance to topple the Lumberjacks to the tune of a 5-2 victory, thanks to elite plate discipline and a series of confident bullpen arms.

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.

Tom Sox Host Braves in Monday Night Matchup

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (0-2) will face the Staunton Braves (1-1) in their second home game of the season at Charlottesville High School. It will be broadcast live on the Tom Sox Facebook page and Tom Sox TV. First pitch is set for 7 P.M.

Lumberjacks Complete Weekend Sweep Over Tom Sox

The Charlottesville Tom Sox were knocked off by the Covington Lumberjacks for the second straight day, this time 3-0.